A very beautiful car out on the market right now is the Mercedes-Benz CL-Class. The Mercedes CL is manufactured by the world-renowned German automotive manufacturing brand, Mercedes-Benz, and is classified as a luxury-class coupé. CL means Coupe Leicht in German, which means “Coupe Light” in English (either way, it is still abbreviated as CL). The CL-Class as its own class has spawned multiple generations of car models. It has quite a number of automobiles under its class, including the most common CL 500, and the CL-Class’s most commanding (but obviously also the most expensive) model, the CL 65 AMG.
The Mercedes CL was actually recognized initially as something called the “SEC”. It was later dubbed as the “S-coupé”. It received such a popular response from the market that Mercedes-Benz spun off the car class and named it the CL-Class in 1996. Today, the CL-Class still follow goes after the same progress cycles the “S-Class” does, with some minor differences. The current generation of the CL-Class is in fact quite heavier than the current generation of the S-Class today. The CL-Class has quite a list of competitor names when it comes to the car classification of the 2+2 luxury division, including Bentley, and even Ferrari. The CL-Class trumps these other brand names’ coupé-class cars when it comes to rear legroom.
The Mercedes-Benz CL-Class continues to push the limits of luxury, comfort, power, and ultimately, performance.