Filed under: Luxury Cars & Autos
You may have noticed that Mercedes-Benz killed off the CLK model line a couple of years ago. In its place came the triumphant return of the E-Class coupe and convertible. Here's the thing, though: the CLK was originally envisioned as a two-door to bridge the gap between the C-Class and E-Class. And here we very well may have our answer.
Expected to debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March, these images of the upcoming C-Class Coupe have leaked out a little ahead of schedule. And if they're anything to go by, the German automaker could have a real winner on its hands. It's expected to preview a facelift for the sedan and wagon of the same family as well, with a new front-end featuring prominent LED lighting, with engines potentially including four, six and eight cylinders. We'll have to wait another couple of months before firm details arrive, but in the meantime you can view the images in the gallery below for a preview.
Gallery: Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe