Mercedes-Benz CLE Coupe:
Much nicer than this, you can’t pass through a charging station. Anyway, that should be when it arrives as a convertible, and you can wave a little towards the cargo queue.
The Mercedes-Benz CLE Coupe is mostly a C-class and a small E-class. In practice, it replaces the coupé and cabriolet versions of both classic variants in the Mercedes range.
Thus it only works on petrol or diesel. The top model is a 3.0 petrol inline-six with 381 hp / 500 Nm and four-wheel drive.
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Other petrol models feature 2.0-liter four-cylinder engines with 204 hp / 320 Nm (can also be delivered with all-wheel drive) and 258 hp / 400 Nm (four-wheel drive only). The diesel engine produces 200 hp / 440 Nm.
All also have a boost function that delivers 23 hp / 200 Nm in short sequences.
Better interior space
The instrument panel is taken from the current C-Class. We also recognize the same main instrument and centrally positioned display from the S-Class and the latest generation of electric cars – unless they are equipped with a display across the entire width of the car (Hyperscreen).
The CLE Coupé has a wheelbase that is 2.5 cm longer than the outgoing C-Class Coupé. According to Mercedes, this should give a greater sense of space, including 7cm more legroom and barely 2cm more shoulder and elbow room. The trunk has also increased by 60 liters – to 415 liters.
The chassis is lowered by 15mm as standard and has adjustable damping on both the front and rear axles. The car can also be delivered with rear axle steering, which essentially reduces the turning radius.
- The CLE Coupé will arrive at the end of the year. The convertible version will arrive during 2024. Pricing is not clear yet.
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