Mercedes is giving the CLS a facelift. It includes two new silver tones for the outer skin as well as updates for the MBUX and individual driver assistants.
The Mercedes CLS can now be ordered in two other liveries called Mojave Silver and Hightech Silver. The main focus of the facelift is on an extensive technology update of the MBUX, individual driver assistance systems, and Energizing comfort control. The Energizing Coach is new here and offers suitable programs for the driver using a special algorithm. So even monotonous trips should be manageable without stress.
The CLS comes with the Active Brake Assist as standard, which can prevent a collision or reduce its severity with autonomous braking. From now on, the system also supports the driver when turning on the opposite lane. At the same time, additional functions can now be optionally ordered.
These include the Active Speed Limit Assistant, which uses map data and the Traffic Sign Recognition Assistant to recognize and maintain prescribed speeds. The same applies to route-dependent speed adjustments, such as in front of bends, roundabouts, or T-junctions, as well as before turning or driving off motorways and expressways.
CLS 2021 Price
With the Mercedes-Benz User Experience System (MBUX), the displays for the instrument cluster and media display can be read on two screens up to 12.3 inches in size. The media display now has a touch-sensitive surface. The prices for the revised CLS with 194 hp start at 59,386.95 euros (CLS 220 d). The 330 hp CLS 400 d 4MAtic costs 74,101.30 euros, the CLS 450 4Matic with 367 hp comes to the home garage for 72,500.75 euros.
The facelift of the Mercedes CLS is more of a facelift. In addition to two new silver tones, only technology fans and assistant friends will get their money’s worth.