Mercedes-Benz continues their model expansion into a new, niche segment. The S-Class Coupe, built upon the S-Class sedan architecture, takes on a fairly untapped market, high-end, luxurious and large two-door coupes.

Design wise, the Mercedes-Benz Concept S-Class stands out with a sleek and flowing design lines while in the rear it features an attractive coupe-like roofline. The Concept S-Class has a pillar-free greenhouse to lend the cabin a roomy feel.

The full-LED headlamps with their iconic eyebrows as daytime driving lamps give the S-Class Coupe an unique look. Headlights equipped with 47 Swarovski crystals are available at an extra cost. 17 angular crystals make up the daytime running lamps and 30 round crystals form the turn signals.


Inside, the four-seater S coupe features frameless doors, a dashboard largely carried over from the S-Class sedan and a sporty, coupe-specific three-spoke flat-bottomed steering wheel.

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Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe measures 198.8 inches long, 77 inches wide, and just 55.5 inches tall. The 116-inch wheelbase makes it one of the largest coupes. The concept sits on 21-inch wheels (wrapped in 265/35 front and 295/35 rear tires).

The new 2015 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe comes powered by a V8 biturbo engine. In the S 500 Coupe, the powerful V8 generates 335 kW (455 hp) and a maximum torque of 700 Nm.

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