Mercedes Teases 2020 CLA-class Ahead of Vegas Debut

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Mercedes-Benz CLA Edition Teaser

Stay tuned! The new CLA will have its world premiere at CES in Las Vegas, January 8.

Posted by Mercedes-Benz on Sunday, January 6, 2019

Here’s a sneak peek of the revamped sedan before it goes on display at the 2019 CES Show.

Mercedes-Benz just released a teaser video for its upcoming 2020 CLA-class sedan. The car will be unveiled tomorrow at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The video is clever about showing us enough to pique our interest, but still keeps the good stuff hidden. What we do see is that the four-door take on the A-Class looks very exciting. The upscale sedan is looking very sleek, modern, and is sporting a refreshed brilliant pair of headlights.

The MBUX system debuted last year on the A-Class, which is probably the reason Mercedes-Benz decided it would be wise to hold off showcasing the latest CLA at the Detroit Auto Show, especially since the new G-Wagen will be soaking up all the spotlight.

We can’t wait to see more of the second-generation, performance is likely to be key, perfectly fitting the Mercedes-Benz marquee.

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