Mercedes-AMG has unveiled the CLA-class concept car at the Tokyo Motor Show, and the Mercedes-based brand is promising more details about the new model later this month.
The new concept car has a four-door, all-wheel drive layout with a six-speed manual gearbox.
The new concept features a “classic” AMG design, but with a more modern aesthetic and a sporty interior.
The CLA-series concept car is expected to be unveiled in March at the 2018 Tokyo Motor Shows.
In the future, the new Mercedes-AMS AMG is expected the CLA to be offered in four different models, including a coupe, a sedan, a hatchback and a crossover.
The coupe will offer a 5.0-litre twin-turbo V8 engine, while the sedan will have a 5-door turbocharged engine.
The crossover will feature a six of a kind rear axle layout and will come with a three-wheel disc brakes.
In a statement, Mercedes-Amg said the car is being designed to appeal to the “motoring enthusiast and enthusiast car enthusiast,” while the crossover is aimed at “luxury car lovers.”
The new model is powered by a new 6.0L four-cylinder engine.
Mercedes-amg also announced that the car will be offered with a new electric motor, which it says will produce 600 hp (363 kW) and 600 lb-ft (295 Nm) of torque.
The car will also be equipped with an electric motor for use as an automatic transmission.
The electric motor can be used to power the rear wheels.
The CLA-Series concept car, meanwhile, has a 5,200-hp (4,000 kW) six-cylinders and can reach a top speed of 205 km/h (155 mph).
The CLA is powered and operated by a two-seater, which means the driver will be able to move the car with two hands.
The driver will also control the car from the driver seat.
The car also has a power-sensing camera that can detect the car’s speed, direction and other driving characteristics, according to Mercedes-ams.
The camera can also detect the speed of other vehicles around the car.
It can also determine the speed and direction of the driver from the car, the statement said.
The first CLA-based model is expected in 2019.