Testing Five Exotic Supercars
A convertible with a direct control steering
According to the German press, Daimler is working hard on the 2011 Mercedes CLS Shooting Brake which will be produced in Sindelfingen, Germany. The Shooting Brake will be based on the next generation CLS four-door coupe which will be unveiled at the Paris Motor Show next year. It will have a larger cargo area and will enter the same market segment as the Audi A7 and the BMW 5 Series GT.
The exterior design of the 2011 Mercedes CLS Shooting Brake should have a likeness to the Mercedes ConceptFascination unveiled at the 2008 Paris Motor Show.
As far as the engine options go, the 2011 Mercedes CLS Shooting Brake will offer the exact same units as the coupe version of the CLS. An AMG version is also expected.
Rush. Unlike any other
The C63 AMG burns-out while accelerating.
The main engine is a 5.4 L V8 unit, designated the M113, that carries the “55” designation. However, this engine comes in two configurations.
The ultimate bling statement, this Mercedes SL600 has 300,000 diamantes applied to the bodywork and wheels
Ferrari, Lamborghini, Porsche, Jaguar, Mercedes – these exotics are no longer exotic