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These patent drawings give the best indication yet as to the look of the forthcoming CLS Shooting Brake

The final look of the Mercedes-Benz CLS Shooting Brake has been revealed in these leaked patent drawings. 

The CLS Shooting Brake, one of Mercedes’ new range of design–led niche models created to give the German maker an image boost, is tipped to make its world debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed next month.

While the front of the car mirrors the standard four-door CLS, the rear of the car is unique. The roofline, rear window and tailgate are sharply raked for a sleek profile, and there are also pronounced rear LED lights.

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Thomas Adamson 2 June 2014

From this article I come to

From this article I come to know about some interesting as well as important thing about Mercedes. There are a lot of things available in this automotive industry that we are not aware of. So, it is our key responsibility to get updated about what happening in this industry and for this we can read some good articles related to it or we can contact to a good repair center available near to us. Small issues can create a lot of damage to a vehicle. So, it is better to take a proper note of our car and maintain it to get better service from it through out. I have a Mercedes and I get uninterrupted service from it because I am used to maintain it regularly and when I encounter any issue I prefer to visit the best Mercedes repair center in Winston-Salem.
Jameshilton 15 May 2014

Problems In cars

Most if the time problems in car can be occur due to the mechanical fault. Or the ignorance while creating these.
Peter_Mould 11 July 2013

It is leakage cases like this

It is leakage cases like this that causes rival makers to produce similar or even better parts and accessories. Mercedes has implemented such an advanced technology, and soon enough we can anticipate rival luxury makers like BMW and such to follow suit or introduce something even better. Other than that, this leakage could probably be executed on purpose as a form of publicity stunt and advertising purposes. The people to really benefit from all these are the end consumers who get top notch quality cars and underlining accessories.