Just a few months after Mercedes unveiled the CLS Vision concept in Frankfurt the German automaker has revealed a production model, first in Geneva and now in New York. Attractively rendered, the CLS intends to bring a coupe-like appearance to the luxury sedan segment. Slotting between the E-Class and S-Class sedans, the CLS intends to appeal more to the enthusiast driver, while retaining four-door practicality. Shown as the CLS500, this car features a 5.0L V-8 with 302 horsepower and 339 lb-ft of torque, matched with a seven-speed automatic. Lux factor is ensured with available Airmatic air suspension, sophisticated climate control, ventilated seats, Keyless-Go, Distronic adaptive cruise control, and bi-xenon headlamps with active cornering function. While the CLS seems to crowd Mercedes' premium offerings, we expect the next-generation S-Class will grow in size to allow a more comfortable fit within the company's increasingly crowded product line. Look for the CLS to go on sale this fall.