The official design sketches of the upcoming Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe concept were released by Mercedes-Benz into the internet recently, according to a report on caradvice.com. The release comes prior to the official launch of the vehicle in the upcoming Frankfurt Motor Show that is set to start on September 10.
One of the images showed the front three-quarter portion of the upcoming two-door luxury concept vehicle. The design of the upcoming vehicle showed little similarities to the S-Class sedan that was recently introduced by the company.
The design sketches provide a sneak peak of the Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe concept to Mercedes-Benz enthusiasts. The vehicle is expected to be officially introduced by the company during the Detroit auto show that is scheduled to be held in January.
The vehicle features a new grille that comes with a large-sized three-point star logo of the company. This design may have been adopted from the S-Class Coupe and replaces the traditional grille and embellishment of the sedan.
The sketches also show that the vehicle will feature sleek horizontal headlights that emphasize its sports car design. This design is further highlighted by its bold-looking front air intakes and pronounced ribs. The sporty profile of the vehicle is also accentuated through side sketches that display streamlined panel lines, rear windscreen and compact overhands.
The sketches also show sleek tail-lights that provide well-designed horizontal features similar to the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG. It also features sports wheels, bold-looking quad-exhaust pipes, and considerably smaller exterior.
The 2015 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe is expected to be offered in a number of engine configurations similar to the ones used on the 2014 Mercedes-Benz S-Class. However, a 3.0L twin-turbochargedV6 engine is expected to be offered on an S400 model of the vehicle.
The sketches of the Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe concept indicate that the upcoming vehicle will be faster, lighter and sportier than the current CL-Class of the luxury vehicle manufacturer.