Mercedes CLS Estate revealed
Based on the Shooting Break concept car unveiled at the Beijing motor show earlier this year, the Estate will be built on the E-Class platform like the four-door CLS.
The sleek design means there's likely to be less boot space than in the E-Class Estate, but it should still be able to haul a decent load.
We're likely to see the same range of engines as in the four-door, so expect two diesels producing 201bhp or 261bhp, a 302bhp V6 petrol and a 402bhp V8.
The Audi A7 and BMW 5 Series GT rival won't come cheap, however. Prices for the four-door car start at £46,500, so the Estate is likely to cost from around £50,000.
Judging by the CLS saloon we've just driven, the Estate should have dynamics to match its sharp looks.a