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Mercedes-Benz Debuts CLA Star Wars Edition for Japan

Japan-bound model celebrates 40th anniversary of the saga

Kelly Pleskot
May 4, 2017

in introducing a Star Wars-themed vehicle, but the German automaker deserves kudos for its clever timing. To celebrate Star Wars day, has unveiled the 180 Star Wars Edition.

Mercedes will produce a total of 120 copies for the Japanese market. Half are painted Calsite White in honor of the Stormtrooper, and the other half receive a Knight Black paint job and black-painted 18-inch AMG wheels that pay homage to Darth Vader. The white vehicles receive white stitching inside the cabin, while the black models feature red stitching.

  |   Mercedes Benz CLA 180 Star Wars Edition interiors

Of course, the vehicles wouldn't be complete without plenty of badging. The force is everywhere, from the welcome lights to the floor mats, commemorative license plate, and even a reversible sunshade featuring Star Wars characters. To top it all off, a recorder plays R2-D2 noises.

At the Los Angeles Auto Show last November, Nissan debuted a Rogue bound for the U.S. market in limited numbers. That model was also introducedin white and black paint colors and started at $29,890. The special CLA is a bit pricier at 5,040,000 yen, or about $44,844 at today's exchange rates.

What do you think of the CLA 180 Star Wars Edition? How does it compare to the Star Wars-themed Rogue? Let us know in the comments below.

Source: Japan via Facebook, Twitter

  |   Mercedes-Benz Debuts CLA Star Wars Edition for Japan
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