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Mercedes-Benz gives CLS subtle new look

Mercedes-Benz has applied some subtle tweaks to its ‘four-door coupé’, the CLS.

A new radiator grille, restyled wing mirrors and new alloy wheels make up the major changes to the understated new car, along with design changes to the rear bumper, rear LED lights and exhaust pipes.

Inside, the steering wheel and instrument cluster have been redesigned and the car’s electrics upgraded.

The top-of-the-range CLS 63 AMG now comes with 19-inch alloys and a new sports exhaust system.

The new-look car hits UK roads in April, and prices are expected to be announced shortly.

Mercedes-Benz CLS 2008 rear

Mercedes-Benz CLS 2008 interior

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