[VIDEO] 2015 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe officially unveiled
Mercedes-Benz has officially pulled the wraps off the brand new S-Class Coupe, following a lot of leaked images which have hit the web.
The replacement of the CL-Class has been finally unveiled and it’s coming as a sleek and stylish two-door coupe, which stands at 5,027 mm in length, 1,899 mm in width and 1,411 mm in height. The model in question is riding on a 2,945 mm wheelbase and it’s sitting on wheels which can range between 18 to 20 inches. The 2015 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe is based, as you probably already guessed, on the regular four-door S-Class, in its new generation, and it’s also sharing the technology and engine lineup with its popular brother.
The cabin of the new S-Class Coupe has been carried over from the sedan, but the analog clock has been removed and the so-called “Super Sport” steering wheel has been introduced. As far as the color options for the interior, these include the porcelain, Bengal red and saddle brown hues. Other goodies available for the model include the full-color head-up LED display, which is projecting a virtual image with relevant details for the driver.
If you were wondering about the MAGIC BODY CONTROL, don’t worry because this is also available for the model. Another interesting option is found in the headlamps, where 47 Swarovski crystals can be found. 17 angular ones are forming the flare-shaped daytime running lights and the other 30 are forming the turn indicator lamps.
As far as the engine lineup goes, at the time of its launch, the new 2015 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe will be coming in an S 500 Coupe shape, with 455 HP (335 kW) and 700 Nm (516 lb-ft) of torque, from the 4.7 liter V8 engine. The S63 AMG Coupe will also become available, with its 5.5 liter V8, producing 593 HP (436 kW) and 900 Nm (664 lb-ft) of torque. No pricing details have been announced yet. The S-Class Coupe will be making its public debut during the 2014 Geneva Motor Show.
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