The latest version of the Mercedes-Benz CLS400 sees a more angular and edgy silhouette, treading the line between luxury coupe and luxury sedan in an already crowded four-door coupe race. Some updates to the car from its previous iteration include two turbo V6 engines with a full 354 pound feet of torque and 329 horsepower. The car features all-wheel-drive for those in less temperate climates, while its interior features Mercedes’ Active Multicontour seats. These chairs adjust by way of multiple air bladders, while actively moving the sides to hold you in place while turning corners. The 2015 CLS400 also features the new COMAND software system, but the car still uses the old controller without the touch pad on top, paling in comparison to the cheaper and more high-tech interior of the C-Class.