The new Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe (C217) will debut next month at the Geneva Motor Show.
Yesterday during a press event in Stuttgart, Mercedes-Benz showed the first official picture of the S-Class Coupe and also we got new more revealing spy shots from the snowy Sweden, where the cold weather testing continues.
The production model will stay true to the Concept Coupe largely, and will also be very similar to the S-Class saloon’s styling, featuring a sleeker body and updated bonnet, bumpers and interior.
Pictured in the gallery below are two different models, one of the is likely standard S-Class Coupe and the other with AMG package.
Our new pictures give a better view of the front grille and new headlights that are different compared to the saloon, there is also a huge glass roof. The interior reveals a new three-spoke steering wheel and there is no clock in between the central air-conditioner units, when compared to the saloon’s interior.
Engine range will largely carry over from the range topping saloon variants, so there will be both a twin-turbo V8 and V12 on offer with power ranging likely from 455bhp to 630bhp.
Some of the notable tech and safety features include semi autonomous driving, collision-avoidance and park assist.
The C-Class Coupe replaces the current CL-Class and will later be joined by a new S-Class Cabriolet.