The Mercedes-Benz flagship sedan adapts to a rapidly advancing high-end luxury vehicle class for 2007. The all-new S-Class is longer and is immediately available with a 510-horsepower V-12 engine as well as a high-performance S65 AMG model. The two-door version of the S-Class, the Mercedes-Benz CL-Class, is also retooled for 2007. Built on a similar platform as the M-Class, the all-new GL-Class is developed as a longer luxury crossover vehicle tailored to three-row seating. The Mercedes-Benz M-Class sport utility vehicle is newly equipped with an ML320CDI diesel model and an ML63 AMG generating 503 horsepower. Buyers of the Mercedes-Benz R-Class receive two more options in 2007. A diesel powered R320 CDI as well as a high-performance R63 AMG model pumping out 507 horsepower is now offered with the premium crossover wagon. A CLS550 and SL550 are presented with more potent V-8 engines. A new E320 BlueTEC introduces a cleaner diesel-powered sedan to the premium brand's line-up. The 2007 Mercedes-Benz CLS63 AMG also boasts an enhanced level of horsepower from the same engine equipped with the R63 AMG. No longer available from the Mercedes-Benz line-up in 2007 is the C55 AMG sedan.
A two-door luxury sports car with a range of engines, the 2007 Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class is available as a coupe or convertible in the 350 and 550 trims, or strictly as a drop-top in the powerful AMG63 trim.
A rugged yet luxurious SUV, the 2007 Mercedes-Benz is equally at home parked in your driveway as it is blasting across the Saharan desert thanks to the two available V8 engines and the powerful running gear underneath.
The ultimate in forward thinking technology mixed with luxury, the 2007 Mercedes-Benz S-Class is a large five-passenger sedan that is always two-steps ahead of the competition and has been fully redesigned for the new model year.