The all-new Mercedes-Benz CLS will make its world debut on the 29th of November at the upcoming 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show.
The latest of two teaser images from Mercedes-Benz highlights the car's central digital display panel.
Traditionally positioned between the E-Class and S-Class models, the all-new CLS will be based on the W213 E-Class' underpinnings, from the company's Modular Rear Architecture (MRA) platform family.
The CLS is also expected to introduce an entirely new Mercedes-AMG engine, which will be badged as the ‘53’ line, that produces around 430 hp from a straight-six engine mated to a hybrid electric motor.
An earlier teaser image (above), showcased the car’s headlamp graphics, revealing a more angular light signature versus the ‘curved’ graphics found on the E-Class and S-Class. The all-new CLS will go on sale in the U.S. market in Q3 of 2018.