It took Mercedes-Benz a little over two years to turn the Shooting Break Concept from the 2010 Beijing Auto Show into the production CLS Shooting Brake (that’s no typo, the German automaker changed the name in the process) you first saw in a set of leaked pictures earlier today and in much more detail now. So what exactly is the CLS Shooting Brake? Well, if you ask the brand with the star, it will tell you that it’s ” quite clearly a coupé, but with five doors and a roof which continues through to the rear .” If you’re having a problem comprehending Mercedes’ description of the Shooting Brake, you’re probably not alone.
To put it simply, it’s an estate version of the CLS with a heavily arched roof that digs into the load area reducing space but at the same time, makes the car look far more elegant and sporty than let’s say, the E-Class Wagon. While it does look sleek, the Shooting Brake is a large vehicle that measures 4,956mm (195.2 inches) long, 1,881mm (74.1 inches) wide and 1,413 mm (55.6 inches) tall.
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