The third-generation Mercedes-Benz CLS has been teased again, ahead of its debut at the 2017 Los Angeles motor show.
In the latest video we see a raft of design details, most of which have only been hinted at in earlier teasers and spy photo galleries.
Up front, we get a good look at the CLS' grille and new style headlights, complete with LED Multibeam internals and driving lights. At the back there's a variation on Mercedes' slender coupe light signature.
Based on the MRA rear- and all-wheel drive architecture, reports indicate the next-generation CLS will not be available with eight-cylinder engines.
This restriction, should it be true, is likely to give the new Mercedes-AMG GT or GT4 sedan a bit of market space to itself.
Instead, the third-generation CLS range could be topped by an AMG CLS53 model, featuring a hybrid drivetrain with the new 3.0-litre straight-six engine at its heart. The CLS53 model is said to have around 320kW of power at its disposal.