A prototype of the upcoming Mercedes-Benz ML Coupe has been recently caught on camera while it was being tested out on the Nurburgring.
The development of the Mercedes-Benz ML Coupe is no longer a surprise anymore since a lot of reports and spy photos with the model in question have ended up onto the web over these past few months. The newest clip with the vehicle in question is showing it in action, on the famous German track the Nurburgring, while it was being tested out. Keep in mind that the “star” is not in its final production version, but rather in a prototype variant.
The upcoming Mercedes-Benz ML Coupe, or the MLC as it used to be known by the automotive media, will be rivaling the BMW X6, coming in with a sloping roof line. The model will be riding on the same platform as the regular ML and it should get the entire engine lineup under its hood, including the 5.5 liter V8 twin turbo AMG variant. The Mercedes-Benz ML Coupe will be produced in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and it should be introduced sometimes in 2015, with the launch being set for the third quarter of the same year.
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