US-Spec MB S-Class Coupe Revealed

Just another excuse to feast your eyes on this beauty.

Earlierthis month, Mercedes-Benz announced the pricing for its flagship S-Class Coupein our market. With the S550 4MATIC starting at $119,900, the S63 AMG at $160,900 and with prices forthe S65 AMG beginning at a jaw-dropping $230,900, it's hardly going to be acommon sight on our roads. But as you start searching for this beauty at acountry club near you, Mercedes has just revealed pictures of what the US-specmodel will look like. And as expected, it strikes an equally compelling pose onthis side of the pond..

With the S65 AMG only arriving at the end of the year, Mercedes has putout some mouthwatering pictures of the coupe in its two currently-availableformats: the 449 horsepower S550 4MATIC and the 577 hp S63 AMG.

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