Friday, 30 March 2012


Mercedes-Benz F800 Concept

The baby Mercedes-Benz CLS will be called the CLA and it’s to be built in Kecskemet, Hungary. This is according to Automotive News Europe. The publication says Mercedes-Benz owner Daimler AG invested €800 million (R8.2 billion) building the plant, which also manufacturers the new B-Class.

The CLA, previously referred to as the CLC, takes the same type of styling as the bigger CLS, but is roughly the size of a C-Class. So it’s really a competitor to the Audi A5 Sportback and the upcoming 2013 BMW 3 Series Gran Turismo (GT). Therefore we can expect the same engines to be offered, such as the 1.8-litre bi-turbo with 150kW and possibly (I’d say probably) a CLA 63 AMG with the next-generation turbo engine.


Paul M said...

When will you stop guys?

Erol said...

I like the concept and I hope they can stick to it for production.

Greg Thomas said...

Works for me

Anonymous said...

All they are missing now is a CLB and and CLM suv!