First official images of the new Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe have been non-officially leaked on the web. Just like the E-Class Sedan that made its entrance on the web well before the formal unveiling, the Coupe story of the Merc’s executive saloon that will swap the CLK vehicle and convertible models has been ingloriously naked through a sequence of leaked photos that seem to have been scanned from a brochure.
Lots of straight sharp exterior lines and concave/ convex bodywork will establish it as something of a fresh take on the coupe for Mercedes. The front is dominated by a twin-blade chromed grille with a huge Mercedes-Benz three-point star plastered over it. The lower grille features a sporty mesh design flanked by two LED slits on both sides. Overall it gives the impression of either an AMG model or AMG kit. We are inclined to choose the latter because of the two tailpipes instead of four as found in the current CLK 63 AMG. This car even features an integrated rear diffuser and what appears to be rear LED lights.
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The 2010 E-Class Coupe‘s engine line-up is apt to harmonize that of the sedan develop, sense that you should think to find (depending on the marker of course) four- and six-cylinder turbodiesels, bonus four-cylinder supercharged petrols, an exact injection 3.5-litre V6 petrol with 292HP and a 5.5-liter V8 producing 388HP. The variety-topping E 63 AMG Coupe copy will get a 525HP V8 component.
Inside, from what we can tell, the console is equal to the one found on the new E-Class Sedan. However, Mercedes has fitted the Coupe with four-individual, high-increase bucket seats.
The new E-Class Coupe will make its show debut in Geneva this March with sales next brusquely after in Europe, and towards the end of the year or early 2010, in the U.S.
Photo Gallery: 2010 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe (spy photos and first official images)