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Mercedes-Benz Unwraps Concept CLA Class

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Mercedes-Benz Concept CLA Class

The way Mercedes-Benz is making things work will change the way people really expect electric cars to work in a big way.

Mercedes-Benz Concept CLA Class isn’t just a show-stopper, it’s a sign of an electric vehicle (EV) future that might be easier to reach.

What the Concept CLA really is is a “everyman’s” electric vehicle. It takes parts from the best Vision EQXX and packs them into a package that will be both cheap and ready for mass production.

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This should make it more efficient. Remember that the current CLA types are some of the least expensive Mercedes-Benz cars. More and more people may soon be able to afford to drive a luxury electric vehicle (EV) if the new Concept CLA stays true to this style.

The Concept CLA is making news for more than just how cheap it is, though. With a range of more than 400 miles on a single charge, it solves one of the biggest problems people have with electric vehicles: range anxiety. With this car, you can go farther without having to worry about where to find the next charging spot.

Not only that, but it’s not just the tools. This concept car, the Concept CLA, uses a new software architecture to make level-three autonomous drive possible.

A lot of EVs only care about range and being environmentally friendly, but Mercedes-Benz has taken a broader view by combining great design with cutting-edge technology.

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Finally, the Concept CLA gives us a tempting look into an electric future where we don’t have to make many sacrifices. It has a range that has never been seen before, a price that won’t shock you, and promised cutting-edge tech features.

If Mercedes-Benz is going in this way, the future of electric cars looks better and more accessible than ever. Watch the video review to learn more about this game-changing car and stay tuned for more news.

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