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Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe Spied Half-Naked, Looks like a Lessen S-Class Coupe

We've seen spyshots, spy videos and looked at a plethora of new info on the upcoming C-Class Coupé. Once again, the stylish German reveals some of its exterior traits, courtesy of a new set of spyshots coming from our team of carparazzi.
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Just like the last two batches of spy photos sent in from the field suggested, it looks like Mercedes-Benz R&D engineers have almost finished setting up the C-Class Coupé. And they should, because the car's official launch is only one summer away, as we'll see the S-Class Coupé's little brother this fall in Frankfurt.

Last time we saw the C-Class Coupé, the test mule was wearing a lot of kaleidoscopic camo foil, but we could see the enhanced AMG Sport body kit. The particular prototype you're about to see gets the same treatment, minus the extensive camouflage covers, which are now focused on the rear end.

However, we can still distinguish the taillights, which resemble a lot those shown on recently-launched Mercedes models, like the GLE Coupe and the GLC Coupe prototype. The headlights are also 90% transferred from the sedan, but some subtle touches were paint-brushed by designers.Under the hood
We addressed this area in the past, but we'll run an update for you regarding the C-Class Coupé's engine lineup. In the diesel department, expect a pair of 2.1-liter mills, with either 177 or 204 HP.

As far as the gasoline camp is concerned, we could see a 1.6-liter engine with 156 HP being offered as a base option. Of course, the good stuff comes from the V6 party. Here, two versions of the 3-liter biturbo mill will be delivering 333 and 367 HP. Next on the hierarchical ladder should be the badass C63 AMG iteration we recently spotted lapping the Nurburgring.

 
 
 
 
 

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