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Detroit 2010: Mercedes-Benz sculpture is the future of the CLS, Terminator 2 style

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Filed under: Concept Cars, Detroit Auto Show, Coupe, Sedan, Mercedes-Benz, Luxury

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The first concept to be officially unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show is this, a sculpture by Mercedes-Benz that foretells the future of its vehicles - and specifically the CLS.

From the SLS AMG-inspired fascia to the overly blistered fenders clearly inspired by the recent E-Class coupe, the T2-style sculpture features two signature lines that are set to infect the rest of the Mercedes line-up in the near future.

According to officials, this stylistic exercise represents M-B's transition from its traditional wedge shape to a new, edgy art-deco design inspired by the '30s. Aesthetic fripperies aside, this is the future of the CLS, which we expect to see in full concept form later this year.


Detroit 2010: Mercedes-Benz sculpture is the future of the CLS, Terminator 2 style originally appeared on Autoblog on Mon, 11 Jan 2010 08:28:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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