The redesigned Mercedes-Benz S-Class took the world by storm featuring some of the most advanced performance, luxury and styling appointments the automotive industry has ever seen. Looking to uphold that tradition, (but with two less doors) is the all-new 2015 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupé coming soon in Kansas City, MO.
Truly a vehicle built to appeal to the highest of emotional levels, the design of the S-Class Coupé encompasses all of the luxury and class its four-door counterpart does, but adds the raw sports appeal of muscular front and rear fenders, aerodynamic side panels and a seductively sleek roof line.
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The interior inspiration of the 2015 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupé coming soon in Kansas City, MO was drawn from some of the rawest forms of nature and arcitecture in the world. Covering every interior inch of the S-Class Coupé are hand-stitched surfaces of only the highest quality of materials, which results in a flowing effect throughout the entire cabin..
Cutting-edge technology meets the impeccable design of the Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupé’s interior instrument panel with twin 12.3-inch infotainment screens. From these displays, everything from fuel consumption to the time of countries around the world are displayed in crisp and brilliant color, giving the driver complete control of everything happening inside and outside of their S-Class Coupé. Even the door panels are formed from state-of-the-art aluminum milling technology, where every crease, nook and cranny have been carefully designed to promote superior strength, ergonomics and visual appeal.
The 2015 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupé coming soon in Kansas City, MO is powered by a Biturbo V-8 engine. Spinning the S-Class Coupé’s wheels with savage-like forces, the Biturbo V-8 engine produces an adrenaline-filled 449 horsepower and 516 pound-feet of torque giving the S-Class Coupé unmatched performance.
Scanning the road surface ahead, the S-Class Coupé even uses tiny cameras to peer ahead up to 160 feet and create a digital contour of the road surfaces so adjustments to the suspension settings can be made, producing the optimal ride comfort.