All-New Mercedes S-Class Coupe Caught Winter Testing in Sweden

Here we have the clearest spy shots of the next-generation Mercedes S-Class Coupe, which was caught testing near the Arctic Circle in Sweden.

The new S-Class Coupe will replace the current CL-Class and as you can see, the new model is benchmarking with the outgoing model, revealing a lower roofline, along with other details like door mounted mirrors, narrower rear lights dan squared-off front. Overall look is clearly sportier than on the outgoing CL-Class.

The new S-Class will be launched on May 15 in Hamburg and the Coupe is expected to follow sometimes in 2014 together with the Convertible, which we first caught last October.


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