Earlier this morning I posted the very first teaser image of the all-new Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class.

Showing us an obscured front end, it was a rather interesting shot. 

That's because the latest spy shots of the all-new CLS-Class have us thinking it will be a more aggressive design. The second-gen CLS-Class just comes off a bit too soft for our taste whereas the original was a bit of a tastemaker's car. 

We're hoping Mercedes is going to do something more along those lines. 

And given the vehicle's tag line, it seems like that is what's in store. Just announced via this second teaser shot of the CLS' interior, the car will debut on November 29. That's right, just in time for the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show (LAAS). 

As was expected given the dual-screen roll out across the marque, the CLS will also make use of the same infotainment technology found in the S-, E- and upcoming G-Class. Also carried over from the current-gen E-Class Coupe as well as the all-new G-Class are the HVAC vents that are either painted plastic or machined metal. Note the carbon fiber interior trim, which has me thinking we'll see the arrival of a Mercedes-AMG CLS43 or CLS63. 

Stay tuned for the latest, breaking LAAS coverage right here on!

#LAAUTOSHOW: TEASED, Part II! We Get A Glance At The All-new Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class' Interior

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