Report: Next Mercedes S-Class To Come In Four Body-Styles

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Although it's not set to debut until 2013, the next generation Mercedes-Benz S-Class will reportedly be offered in four different body-styles. The sedan will debut first in both short and long wheelbase versions. The third option will be a coupe, that will replace the CL. So what's the fourth option? Hint: it won't be either a four-door coupe or a wagon.

According to a report from U.K. Car magazine, the German automaker is planning a two-door convertible based on the coupe. Sadly, they're not planning a four-door convertible like the Ocean Drive concept. With a two-door convertible, Mercedes appears to be targeting the Bentley Continental GTC.

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