Mercedes chose to bring the CLS 63 AMG to the 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show where they also chose to announce some other plans currently cooking in the Mercedes kitchen.

Ola Kallenius, head of AMG at Mercedes-Benz, announced that the company plans to develop new models that will be placed under the current C-Class. However, they are not talking about models like the A- and B-Class because these models do not exactly fit in the AMG portfolio. One thing is for sure, Mercedes is bringing in a smaller model, and it will be coming in three to four years and will be powered by a smaller engine than the current 5.5 liter V8.

Kallenius didn’t stop there either as the AMG top dog also revealed that the company is planning to incorporate hybrid technology into its product mix. There will also be two Black Series model set to be revealed in the near future, one of which will probably be the Black Series version of the C-Class that was recently caught testing.

Wait, there’s more. Kallenius also confirmed that there will be several SLS AMG versions launched in the next years. These guys really can’t keep any secrets, can they?


Source: Straightline

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  (238) posted on 05.18.2011

Yes, this is the smallest version of Mercedes car. I can still see the elegance in styling on this
car though its not similar to standard version. However, I wonder when will I see the Mercedes using the v10 technology for their car..hmm. That’s quite interesting!

  (798) posted on 05.18.2011

Whatever to say except that this series is the most beautiful production made by Mercedes. And it’s a good thing that they are offering a higher power output for their model.

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