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Mercedes S-Class Coupe: First Official Pictures

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The first official pictures of the new Coupe version of the Mercedes S-Class have hit the web ahead of the car’s official debut, revealing a sexy two-door luxury car which is pretty much identical to the concept version we saw at IAA last year, maybe even better.

The S-Coupe is a lot more than just a two-door version of the S-Class sedan. Almost every panel has its bespoke design; a design that is more dramatic and more beautiful than that of the sedan version. The rear-end of the car is especially pretty, what with the slim taillights and the chrome strip above them which is like an exquisite garnish on a very expensive watch.

The sloping roof line and the dynamic profile of the car with chunky side skirts and buffed up fenders are among the main characteristics of the Mercedes S-Class Coupe, especially in the AMG Sport version. The car hits a sweet spot between sportiness and luxurious dignity. It is pretty much perfect in terms of design.

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The interior of the Mercedes S-Class Coupe is fairly similar to the sedan version, except for a few little details that give the coupe a sportier feel. The steering wheel, for example, is a three-spoke design in the Coupe and has a flat bottom. The seats, in true posh coupe fashion, are big and cozy, and the color combo for the leather upholstery and piano black trims are chosen with more “sport” flavor.

The 2015 Mercedes S-Class Coupe will launch with the S500 variant which also gets 4Matic four-wheel-drive system. Later on, there will be the S600 V12, and after that the AMG version, S63 and S65 models. Can’t wait to see the AMG versions; they must look quite awesome.

via Autowp

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