The new C-Class Coupé from Mercedes-Benz is scheduled to arrive in December 2015. It is the sportiest variant of the C-Class and is the embodiment of modern luxury. The new Coupé, which will debut at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show, has a vibrant and sensual design. It has an elegant interior and elevates style to something sportier. Because of its dynamically configured chassis and optional air suspension, it boasts of superior suspension comfort, low road roar and tire vibration, responsive handling, and driving enjoyment.
Enhancing the experience even further are its lightweight construction, amazing aerodynamics, and top performance in combination with efficient engines. Safety is at the highest level because of its new assistance systems.
The Coupé comes with a ton of equipment as standard. The AMG Line is offered as an alternative to bring out its dynamism. It has several exterior elements that make it different. These include special bumpers and sills that feature AMG bodystyling, a diamond radiator grille with pins in chrome and a set of 18-inch AMG light-alloy wheels.
The Coupé is lighter than its predecessor with its use of intelligent lightweight construction with a bigger proportion of aluminium. The wings, bonnet and boot lid are made of light-alloy parts. Meanwhile, the body is made stiffer and stronger with its use of high-strength materials. These have a positive impact on crash safety as well as on driving dynamics and noise levels.
This Coupé follows a Mercedes-Benz custom of complying with all current national and international laws, all rating requirements, and even the more stringent internal Mercedes-Benz safety requirements that are based on actual accidents. Mercedes-Benz sets the pace when it comes to aerodynamics.
It builds cars that have the best drag coefficients (Cd values) in nearly all vehicle classes. The new C‑Class Coupé has a leading Cd value of 0.26. You will appreciate this when you drive on country roads and motorways since wind resistance is greater than other types of driving resistance at speeds faster than 70 km/h.