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    CLS Shooting Brake

    Just saw this and thought some of you guys might be intrested. IMO it doesnt look too good, but I guess its a niche. Although I was under the impression that a shooting brake was an estate style coupe, meaning a 2 door, so why is this a shooting brake and not just an estate? Maybe its just mercedes perpetuating the fact that the cls is a "4 door coupe" still I think the car loses its appeal completely in this configuration. 

    the info is from www.netcarshow.com

     

    The new Mercedes-Benz CLS Shooting Brake once again sets an example when it comes to creativity of design, and as such highlighting its leading role in this area: in terms of its proportions, the new CLS is quite clearly a coupé, but with five doors and a roof which continues through to the rear, it promises some remarkable new possibilities. The idea of the four-door coupé - successfully introduced in 2004 with the first CLS and long imitated in the meantime - has now been taken to new heights and to innovative effect. The result is automotive independence at its most beautiful.

    According to CEO Dr. Dieter Zetsche: "Any memorable machine is equal parts art and science. A car has to first deliver in function - the ticket of entry - and then in fascination: the ticket to real excitement. The Mercedes-Benz CLS Shooting Brake excels on both accounts - unlike any other car in the market".

    The proportions of the Mercedes-Benz CLS Shooting Brake are surprising but clearly those of a coupé, and create a basic stance which makes it look ready for the off: the long bonnet, narrow-look windows with frameless side windows, and dynamic roof sloping back towards the rear. It is only when taking a second look that it becomes clear that the Shooting Break actually has five doors and offers "more" in terms of function.

    In essence it represents an unprecedented version of a sports car with five seats and a large tailgate. It is a special proposition for people looking to differentiate themselves from the mainstream, and who do not wish to compromise on either sportiness or stowage space when it comes to travelling in style. The Shooting Brake is a further highlight in the innovative luxury vehicle series from Mercedes-Benz and, like the CLS Coupé, has the potential to become the role model for a new market segment.

     

    "The CLS Shooting Brake is based on the great tradition of stylish sportiness which has always characterised Mercedes, and takes these unique icons an exciting step further", explains Gorden Wagener, Head of Design at Mercedes‑Benz. "It stands for the enhanced design idiom of Mercedes-Benz which is oriented towards aesthetic, avant-garde principles". This is seen in the impressive series of market-defining new vehicle concepts, such as theSLK for example, which in 1996 established a genre as the first Roadster with a retractable steel roof, the M-Class as the first premium SUV in 1998, or the first four-door CLS Coupé in 2004.

    Exclusive innovation in the interior: wooden luggage compartment floor

    The second generation of the CLS set high standards in terms of the design and quality of the interior: straightforward elegance combined with innovative details and handcrafted perfection. The Shooting Brake also applies this same aspiration in the luggage compartment. It is lined with high-quality carpet, and the hand-stitched material is also incorporated into the sideliners in conjunction with leather appointments. Optional designer loading rails made of aluminium give an even more exclusive look.

    An extravagant and unique feature for the automotive industry is the designo wooden luggage compartment floor, which serves to underscore the hand-finished nature of the interior. Cherry tree wood is a classic among fine wood species and contrasts perfectly with the inlaid smoked oak and aluminium rails. This affords the luggage compartment a touch of elegance normally found on yachts, combined with the exciting worlds of technology and precision craftsmanship. The wood is characterised by its flexibility and elasticity, as well as its density and fine texture. For the luggage compartment floor made of American cherry tree wood, selected veneer sheets are glued and pressed together by hand in five cross-bonded layers to achieve high dimensional stability. The blanks are milled into their precise shape using a CNC machine, and the surfaces sanded to a smooth finish and waterproofed to maintain the natural beauty of the wood. Inlaid work using darker smoked oak, precisely cut into three millimetre strips using laser technology, helps to enhance the design of the wooden floor. The lavishly produced aluminium rails have a brushed finish and rubber inserts, and not only help to protect the wooden floor but also feature anti-slip properties.

    The CLS coupé already set new standards in interiors with its wide variety of individualisation options. The Shooting Brake also offers five interior colours, five trim designs and also three qualities of leather to choose from. Customers have a choice of three exclusive wood types: high-gloss brown burr walnut, high-gloss black ash and satin-finish light-brown poplar. The interior is given an even more progressive look with the addition of piano lacquer or AMG carbon fibre/black piano lacquer trim elements. A completely new addition comes in the form of porcelain interior appointments which afford both CLS models a sense of luxury normally found in the S-Class. The Mercedes-Benz CLS Shooting Brake also lives up to its role as a design icon thanks to the innovative nature of the materials used. These comprise a mixture of satin and high-gloss finishes used on the metal surfaces.

    A new dimension in vehicle concepts: the four-door Shooting Brake

    No-one likes to have to compromise: even when the focus is not on the practical elements of the design of the Shooting Brake (length x width x height: 4956 x 1881 x 1413 mm), the new CLS model still has some trump cards up its sleeve. With a load volume of between 590 and 1550 litres, the luggage compartment offers a lot of room despite the flat, sporty lines of the roof, and is easy to use thanks to the automatically opening tailgate fitted as standard. A load compartment cover also protects luggage from prying eyes.

    The standard air suspension at the rear helps to ensure optimum road holding at all times. For additional flexibility, the rear seat backrests can be folded down from the luggage compartment as standard. The rear seats themselves provide room for three people, with individual seats on the outsides and a third seat in the middle. The three saddle-type head restraints on the rear seats barely affect the view towards the rear, and can be lowered at the touch of a button by the driver. An optional trailer coupling is also available.

    Dr. Joachim Schmidt, Board Member of Mercedes-Benz Cars responsible for Sales & Marketing, sums it all up: "The new CLS Shooting Brake represents a new dimension in vehicle concepts and offers discerning customers independence at its most beautiful."

    Lightweight construction and aerodynamics: important contributions to efficiency

    Intelligent lightweight construction plays a decisive role in bridging the classic conflict between the objectives of low weight and high strength in the Mercedes-Benz CLS Shooting Brake. The model features frameless, all-aluminium doors made from deep-drawn aluminium panels with extruded sections, and in comparison with conventional steel doors, are some 24 kilograms lighter. The tailgate, bonnet, front wings, various support profiles and substantial parts of the suspension and engines are all made of aluminium too.

    The aerodynamics also make a significant contribution to the efficiency of the Mercedes-Benz CLS Shooting Brake. With a frontal area of 2.30 m² and a Cd value of 0.29, the drag area is 0.67 m².

    Drive system: powerful and efficient

    The Mercedes-Benz CLS Shooting Brake is available with four different engine variants - two diesel engines and two petrol engines. Features common to all engines include the 7G-TRONIC PLUS automatic transmission as well as the ECO start/stop function. In addition, two models are available with all-wheel drive: the CLS 350 CDI 4MATIC BlueEFFICIENCY and the CLS 500 4MATIC BlueEFFICIENCY.

    The entry-level model is the CLS 250 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY producing 150 kW (204 hp). Combined fuel consumption is 5.3 litres of diesel per 100 kilometres, an excellent level for this performance class and equivalent to CO2 emissions of 139 grams per kilometre. Coming in above this are the two six-cylinder models: the CLS 350 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY producing 195 kW (265 hp) and the CLS 350 BlueEFFICIENCY producing 225 kW (306 hp). The top-of-the-range model is the CLS 500 BlueEFFICIENCY with a V8 biturbo engine producing 300 kW (408 hp).

    Efficiency is also increased by the standard electro-mechanical power steering EPS (Electric Power Steering). EPS is a radical move in the relationship between the driver, car and road surface. This is because for the first time, it gives engineers the freedom to choose and programme many of the parameters that influence steering feedback. So they defined a Mercedes-Benz feeling behind the wheel. In addition to fuel economy, the result is a considerable improvement in handling and agility. The electromechanical power steering also enables another innovation to be implemented - Active Park Assist. The Mercedes-Benz CLS Shooting Brake is not only able to detect parking spaces, but can also park automatically.

    Another world exclusive: dynamic full LED headlamps

    The CLS was the first passenger car in the world to offer optional dynamic full LED High Performance headlamps, which combine the exciting colour elements of LED technology - similar to those of daytime driving lights - with the performance, functionality and energy efficiency of today's bi-xenon generation. Some 95 percent of all customers have opted for these lights in the CLS Coupé. Of course, as the world's second car to feature this optional extra, the Mercedes-Benz CLS Shooting Brake also offers the new light system. For the first time ever, it provides the Intelligent Light System already proven in Mercedes models fitted with bi-xenon headlamps in combination with LED technology. The headlamps, with their 71 LED lamps in total, look exciting; and they serve to underline the unmistakable appearance of the CLS. The light specialists from Mercedes-Benz have for the first time been able to use LED technology in the innovative Adaptive Highbeam Assist, resulting in an entirely new quality of illumination when driving at night.

    In contrast to the first vehicles equipped with LED headlamps, no compromises are now necessary with respect to the functionality and performance of the lighting technology. There are further arguments for LED-based lighting technology: the average operating life of an LED is around 10,000 hours, around five times longer than that of a xenon light; moreover, LED headlamps most closely approximate to the colour of daylight. This means that LED light is in keeping with the normal human perception patterns and that the driver experiences significantly more brightness on the road at night. Studies have shown that the closer the colour of artificial light comes to daylight, the less the strain on the eyes. With a colour temperature of 5500 kelvin, LED light is closer to daylight (6500 K) than xenon light (4200 K).

    More than a dozen driving assistance systems help to prevent traffic accidents and reduce the severity of an accident. Active Blind Spot Assist and Active Lane Keeping Assist are available as part of the Driving Assistance package Plus, in combination with DISTRONIC PLUS, BAS PLUS and the PRE‑SAFE® Brake. Both assistance systems are not only able to detect an unintentional lane change or vehicles in the blind spot, but can also correct the direction of travel by gentle brake intervention if the driver ignores the visual or audible danger warnings.

    It's all in a name: the origins of the name "Shooting Break"

    Break, or the homonym Brake, was the name once given to carriages used to "break" in wild horses and also to restrict (or "brake") their urge to move, so that they could be put to use as work horses. Since the carts could easily be broken as part of this process, people tended not to use ones which they may have urgently needed for other purposes. Where necessary, "Brakes" were often fitted out with variable bodies, which were only really used to carry along anything that may have been necessary for the hunt, for example. Any such vehicle which was used when going out shooting was called a Shooting Brake or Shooting Break. Motorised Shooting Brakes were popular in England in the 60s and 70s - exclusive two-door sports cars, which combined the luxury and style of a coupé with a larger load compartment and large tailgate.


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    More pics on the link, but here are a few:

    http://www.netcarshow.com/mercedes-benz/2013-cls_shooting_brake/

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    Re: CLS Shooting Brake

    What is the difference between shooting brake vs. wagon ?


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    Re: CLS Shooting Brake

    Ron (Houston):

    What is the difference between shooting brake vs. wagon ?

    The continent you live on. 


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    GM Austin:
    Ron (Houston):

    What is the difference between shooting brake vs. wagon ?

    The continent you live on. 

    Smiley That was my guess too but just wanted to be sure.


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    The story of the shooting-brake

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shooting-brake


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    I hope I change my mind on this one too (like I did on the Panamera) but right now, I think this car is just hideous. yes

    Why the name "Shooting Brake"? Well...it surely sounds cooler than "station wagon" or "Kombi" (Germany). Smiley

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    Re: CLS Shooting Brake

    In the US only a few auto enthusiasts would have any idea that a "Shooting Break" was a type of automobile. The man on the street would probably think you were talking about lunchtime at the target range.


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    GM Austin:

    The man on the street would probably think you were talking about lunchtime at the target range.

    Smiley That was really funny mate! Smiley


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    GM Austin:

    In the US only a few auto enthusiasts would have any idea that a "Shooting Break" was a type of automobile. The man on the street would probably think you were talking about lunchtime at the target range.

    This is what I was talking about: Lunchtime at the target range surely is more fun (and cooler) than waiting for a train or whatever (station wagon). Smiley Smiley


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    Re: CLS Shooting Brake

    haha, well I quite like it. I think it will sell because it appeals to the stylish oriented city folks wanting to have some usability in terms of trunk space etc..

    However, I hope this means the end of the truly hideous R-class.


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    Wow... That car is not too beautiful at all!

    I often wonder nowadays, at what point does a designer/design team lean back, look at a clay model of a car, and think "yeah, that looks quite allright"?  yes


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    I'm afraid most design teams do not win the battles over the sales team.. they decide what gets produced based on boring sales projections and target markets and audiences etc..


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    Absolutely LOVE it. I have an e500 wagon right now and would replace it with this. In canada you can only get a V6 mercedes wagon or the AMG 63. BMW only brings the 3 series wagon here and the truly hideous 5 series GT. Audi no longer brings a A6 wagon and the A4 wagon is an allroad...

    This is a great looking wagon/brake and will probably have a V8. So it may be this or a Panamera if we stay with a car as opposed to an SUV.


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    how can this car look so wrong.....?!!

     

    right up there with the 5 series GT.


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    Mithras:

    Absolutely LOVE it. I have an e500 wagon right now and would replace it with this. In canada you can only get a V6 mercedes wagon or the AMG 63. BMW only brings the 3 series wagon here and the truly hideous 5 series GT. Audi no longer brings a A6 wagon and the A4 wagon is an allroad...

    This is a great looking wagon/brake and will probably have a V8. So it may be this or a Panamera if we stay with a car as opposed to an SUV.

    Next to the e wagon this car is a beauty. But I am not a Wagon fan, and I think this car will harm the "Myth" of the CLS.  

    This will outsell CLS limo in many regions, also due to the fact that it's a 5 seater. (which I would wish the limo to be)

    If you want a Wagon, buy a SUV. Smiley


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    GM Austin:
    Ron (Houston):

    What is the difference between shooting brake vs. wagon ?

    The continent you live on. 

    Yup. it's a station wagon and not bad looking imo. If you are a certain age and grew up with siblings and had parents that took you places, then you have experience with station wagons. This was the version I grew up with, this thing looks pretty dam good still as wagons go

    http://aswoa.com/main/wp-content/uploads/2007/12/69kingswoodside2.jpg


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    I've never been a fan of estates/wagons/shooting brakes, but aside from the exaggerated length of the rear window, this isn't too bad.

    The front works on the CLS sedan so it's good to see it carry over, the taillight treatment has been beautifully applied and the curves look good - it makes the whole composition look sleek. It isn't perfect, obviously; I think that rear window overly extends the rear profile of the car to look like it's melting away and just dangling over the rear wheels.

    Oh well, it's a niche. The CLS63 AMG version of this we saw at Goodwood should give the RS4 Avant a bit of a nudge, but at least it's a start to something. Now if only Mercedes were to integrate some of these curvaceous shooting brake design cues into their overly-boxy SUVs...

    rulesdontapply


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    What is the difference between the E Class and the CLS Shooting brake, they both even have 5 seats ... 


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    Ive seen the car many times in flesh. What should I say it looks like an Mercedes Station wagon looks like, in other words, like a Taxi, hospital car, funeral car...... Have to say it looks fugly in real, my wife commented 'eeee whats this...'

    It takes the whole 'wow factor' of the CLS imo. Years ago, the SL was the only Benz with the sporty front grill, now they put it on nearly all models, taking exclusivity of it. Same will happen with the CLS now.... A station wagon... Really, does someone need that? It will never have the space the real station E Class will have, so whats the point of having one. Want to drive around your golden retriever dog? That might be the only reason to buy one.

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    Lars997:
    Really, does someone need that? It will never have the space the real station E Class will have, so whats the point of having one. Want to drive around your golden retriever dog? That might be the only reason to buy one.

    Now that's what you call a niche market: The owners of Golden Retrievers!   Smiley


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    you can have never enough space and if you can mix it with stylish design you have a huge market - look at Audi avant and BMW touring models - it became so trendy that Audi is probably selling far more avants than limo's....and this is somehow a mix..... I acutally like it  


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    racerx:
    GM Austin:
    Ron (Houston):

    What is the difference between shooting brake vs. wagon ?

    The continent you live on. 

    Yup. it's a station wagon and not bad looking imo. If you are a certain age and grew up with siblings and had parents that took you places, then you have experience with station wagons. This was the version I grew up with, this thing looks pretty dam good still as wagons go

    http://aswoa.com/main/wp-content/uploads/2007/12/69kingswoodside2.jpg

    I love this Chevy, very cool Smiley.


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    Well, apparently  Porsche is deep in the  same thoughts. According to "Auto Bild"  a shooting brake on the basis of the new Panamera will be presented 2015.

    porsche-panameraautobildlarson050712-6910212199351170673.jpg


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    Re: CLS Shooting Brake

    Conny997:

    Well, apparently  Porsche is deep in the  same thoughts. According to "Auto Bild"  a shooting brake on the basis of the new Panamera will be presented 2015.

    porsche-panameraautobildlarson050712-6910212199351170673.jpg

    the Panamera evolves into a Princess Smiley


    Re: CLS Shooting Brake

    Looks good to me. In a way the Panamera is a shooting brake already. I also loved the original Phaeton concept. Limousines are boring. Smiley


    Re: CLS Shooting Brake

    Conny997:

    Well, apparently  Porsche is deep in the  same thoughts. According to "Auto Bild"  a shooting brake on the basis of the new Panamera will be presented 2015.

    porsche-panameraautobildlarson050712-6910212199351170673.jpg


    I like it Smiley


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    Re: CLS Shooting Brake

    It looks better than the CLS shooting brake (I doubt however that the look is accurate) but I really think Porsche needs to draw a line here.
    Now that Porsche is the sports car branch within the Volkswagen Group, they need to forget about such projecs.

    The Macan should be the last non-sportscar model variant, I'd rather love to see a Panamera Coupe than a Shooting Brake, sorry to say that.

    I never understood how Porsche could introduce a 240/250 hp Diesel engine for the Cayenne and Panamera, I expected at least 300 hp and more from them. Still...they had success with the Diesel, apparently it is the most successful model. Why? Well...it is cheap and people want a Diesel for consumption reasons but Porsche should have gone the extra mile and offer something more performant.

    Example: Today I visited a Porsche event in my town for a half an hour, I didn't have more time. When I came back to my car, a group of a couple of men in their 40s and 50s was standing around it and pressing their noses on my windows. When I wanted to enter the car, one of them said "great looking Panamera but I wish it would be as fast as it looks". I was quite surprised to hear that and of course I felt provoked. So I asked him if 3.8 seconds from 0-100 kph and 12 seconds from 0-200 kph are not fast enough for him and he was stunned. Now hold you breath: These guys thought this is a Diesel. mail Most of them didn't even know there is a Panamera Turbo S and when I told them that this car has similar performance to the last generation 911 Turbo (well...give or take), you should have seen their faces. Porsche certainly has an image problem with the Panamera but I didn't realize how big it is here in Germany until today. I'm not surprised though: In a german Porsche forum I join from time to time, most of the Panamera owners have..:the Diesel. You should even see how they defend it, it is unbelievable. I mean c'mon, why would someone buy a Panamera with a Diesel? I know that my wife would drive a Porsche Diesel because of fuel cost but I would never ever do that for myself. I rather use my bicycle...or drive an Audi or BMW Diesel for much less money.

    Bottom line is: Porsche has become some sort of lifestyle brand, people buy it for the name, not necessarily because they enjoy the products or know something about tradition. 

    Also funny: Today my wife's best friend saw my car, so first thing she asked was: How much power does it have. I told her 550 hp and she looked at me and asked...as always: "What do you need that much power for?" What can I answer to such a question. I want the most power possible in a car, I would have loved to see 600 or 700 hp in the Panamera Turbo S. How do you explain to such people that this power is just pure enjoyment? These are people who apparently enjoy themselves if their car has a Porsche badge on it, not a powerful engine.


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