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is on the verge of its debut, since
. It will mean the introduction of another itty bitty Merc sedan, and it looks good from what we’ve seen. There’s arguably a better-looking
in the works, though, and it’s the Shooting Brake wagon shown above.
If you’ve spent any amount of time on
, you know we have a soft spot for long-roof variants of cars. They offer the practicality of a
, but with the driving dynamics of a car. Not only that, but they often look really good. Just look at the
as examples. The CLA-Class is no exception, featuring a long, flowing roofline down to the back. It appears to be more elegant than
. The car also benefits from the new CLA sedan’s longer, less curved body shape. The Shooting Brake retains significant portions of the sedan’s shape, and even incorporates the CLS-Class-style rear taillights.
We also get a peek at the interior of the CLA-Class Shooting Brake. This should be identical to the sedan, and thus appear in the U.S. From the looks of it, it will be identical to the interior in
, which features prominent screens for instruments and infotainment. It also has a much more premium look and feel than the outgoing CLA-Class.
Unfortunately, we sincerely doubt we’ll see the CLA-Class Shooting Brake in America. Wagons still aren’t popular, especially compared with the continuing craze for crossovers. As such, we’ll likely only get a successor to
, once again based on the A-Class/CLA-Class. It just makes business sense. In the meantime, we’ll be stuck dreaming of the day 25 years from now that one can be imported here legally.
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