Posted on: Sep 01, 2011 | 2,285 reads

Brabus’ IAA Mercedes-Benz CLS Rocket Rendered

An independent designer has released his take on what he believes the next Brabus Rocket will look like.
On the heels of last week's official teaser from Brabus of their new vehicle debuting at the International Auto Show in Germany, we have received a rendering made by an independent artist who recognized the CLS from the headlamps and mirrors. The Brabus Rocket first appeared back in 2005 and was the German tuners fastest sedan. It was based on that year's Benz CLS AMG. Designer Dan Buzdugan sees this second generation CLS as the heir to the Rocket.
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He has released his own unofficial take on what the new car might look like. The original Rocket packed a 6.3-liter biturbo V12 engine that put out 720hp. This is what Buzdugan believes the new model will look like. Brabus will unveil their new car at the 2011 Frankfurt International Auto Show later this month.
Brabus’ IAA Mercedes-Benz CLS Rocket Rendered
Brabus’ IAA Mercedes-Benz CLS Rocket Rendered



 
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