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Mercedes-Benz Concept Fascination - Web Exclusive

Debuting at the Paris Motor Show

Sep 1, 2008
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Rumored to be the third generation of Mercedes-Benz CLK, the Concept Fascination will be debuted at the Paris Motor Show next month. The new unique vehicle is said by Mercedes to have an intelligent combination of sporty and elegant design with stylish practicality.

The most interesting part of the new Fascination is the body. The rear looks like a wagon, yet the long continuous and frameless window plus smooth lines of the car give it coupe-like features. The fenders are also noticeably wider especially in the rear with flared arches.

Also new is the dual headlight design which are trapezoidal and feature LED and fiber-optic technologies. LED foglights are also fitted behind the wide front bumper.

The interior is just as impressive with a refrigerated luggage compartment and humidor. There's even a folding smoked glass table that rises out of the floor with a touch of a button. The table can be pulled to the rear for access outside.

The motor should be the new 2.2 liter four-cylinder diesel engine rated at 204hp

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