[VIDEO] See Mercedes-Benz explain CLA’s aerodynamic by using a cat
Mercedes-Benz has managed to release what is probably the most interesting video of aerodynamic explanation in the history of… aerodynamic talks.
The German based automaker Mercedes-Benz has released a new video in which the aerodynamic of the CLA is being explained in what can only be considered to be one of the best examples yet. The company has used a cat and some CGI (computer generated images) and the result will probably give you something to talk about with your wife if aerodynamics is a “must look into” job for you when buying a new car.
The model used in the clip posted below is a CLA, which is basically a smaller version of the CLS. The small and elegant four-door coupe is being assembled in Hungary and it’s offered in a four-door body style, with a front engine and front-wheel / all-wheel drive layout. The vehicle is related to the A-Class and to the B-Class and it’s coming with a choice of three engines, two gasoline burners and a diesel, mated to a 6-speed manual or a 7-speed automatic transmission. The CLA stands at 4,630 mm in length, 1,777 mm in width and 1,437 mm in height.
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