With four new models and one new concept, Mercedes-Benz has brought five world premieres to the 2015 Frankfurt International Motor Show (IAA), with each shining more light on the company’s next steps and moves toward the future.
As a press release from the marque today summarized, the C-Class Coupe, Mercedes-AMG C 63 Coupe, S-Class Cabriolet and S 63 4MATIC Cabriolet round out the existing model lineups even further, while the Concept IAA, which was fully unveiled Sept. 14, takes a close look at technologies you might find in your car as early as 2017.
The C-Class Coupe presented includes new dynamic suspension, optional air suspension, a lightweight design and improved aerodynamics, while “new assistance systems offer the very highest levels of safety,” states the release. The C 63 Coupe takes a more aggressive stance, and will feature a 4.0-liter V8 biturbo engine capable of creating either 476 hp or 510 hp.
The S-Class Cabriolet and S 63 4MATIC Cabriolet were both introduced Sept. 2, but made their first public debut together at the IAA. The S-Class Cabriolet is the first model in 44 years to bear that name, and comes following the S-Class saloon’s sales of more than 100,000 in 2014. The S 63 4MATIC, however, is the first four-seat cabriolet in the S-Class segment since Mercedes-AMG opened its doors 48 years ago. It will create 585 hp and 663 lb-ft, making it a powerful convertible, indeed.
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In addition to these five world premieres, Mercedes-Benz introduced the new smart cabrio, which can be modified through the smart BRABUS tailor made program. Check out the photos of these new unveilings below, and find your own Mercedes-Benz from their current models in our exclusive listings.
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