Mercedes-Benz is set to unveil the all-new CLS at this year’s Los Angeles Auto Show, and has recently released a couple of teaser images on its official Facebook page. The model, which slots in between the E-Class and S-Class, carries the tagline, “The Original Perfected,” referring to its status as the pioneer of the whole four-door coupe phenomenon.

The first of the two teasers shows us the front of the car, where we can clearly see the L-shaped light guides on the LED headlamps. Also on show is the single-bar grille and front bumper, the latter with a three-section lower apron – the middle being a pretty sizeable intake.

We’ve already seen these elements on CLS prototypes in the past, including the car’s interior. As the second teaser shows, the CLS’ dashboard mimics that in the C238 E-Class Coupe, featuring the brand’s Widescreen Cockpit. Here, the car’s Energising comfort control system is being displayed alongside the usual tachometer, speedometer and navigation system.

Engine options for the new CLS will include a range of four- and six-cylinder engines, including mild hybrid power units like the M264 (in the C238 E-Class Coupe and A238 E-Class Cabriolet) and M256 (in the W222 S-Class).

There will also be additional performance versions beyond the expected CLS 63, with the CLS 53 said to be the first model to get the ’53’ suffix. An uprated version of the M256, said to deliver 430 hp, will reportedly be used in the performance variant.

GALLERY: All-new Mercedes-Benz CLS spyshots