The German car manufacturer Mercedes-Benz has been officially unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show the S-Class Coupe Concept. As you already know, the prototype is previewing an upcoming successor for the CL-Class. 

The 2013 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe Concept is envisioned as a "top-of-the-line model" and it looks different than its four door brother. The front end of the car is more aggressive and sporty and the rear side comes with new horizontal taillights. 

The S-Class Coupe Concept has 5.050 mm long, 1.985 mm wide and 1.409 mm height. Under the hood there is a V8 4.633 cmc BiTurbo engine that can develop 455 horsepower and 700 Nm peek of torque. 

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Inside the cabin we see a futuristic center console and a fancy instrument panel. The ventilation nozzles are manufactured from white aluminum with ceramic-like inserts and brushed/polished aluminum. There are also two 12.3 inch screens that are slimmer than the ones used on the S-Class saloon. 

The production version could be unveiled in January at the 2014 North American International Show in Detroit.

Source: Mercedes-Benz