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The all-new 2018/2019 Mercedes-AMG CLS 53
The new Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class showed off its new skin a couple weeks ago at the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show. There’s still a proper AMG version out there, however, and it’s slated to debut next month in Detroit at the 2018 North American International Auto Show. That means the AMG model is still wearing camouflage, and though we don’t expect the design to vary too much from the standard CLS, there will obviously be some differences. This spy video doesn’t give us an in-depth look, but the front fascia will likely have tweaks to the lower air intakes, and the grille could sport a look closer to the AMG GT as well. This time around, the AMG updates could be a bit restrained since Mercedes isn’t keen on moving the new CLS into the same realm as the forthcoming four-door AMG GT. We do know the car will be the CLS 53, and it officially takes the place of the outgoing CLS 63. It will utilize a mild hybrid setup producing a combined 429 hp, sticking with the new turbocharged 3.0-liter inline six as the main source of power, mated of course to an electric motor. That’s not an insubstantial powertrain for sure – it provides a hefty bump from the 362 horsepower in the standard CLS.