Mercedes Concept Style Coupe
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Mercedes unveiled in Beijing their latest concept, which is called simply the Style Coupe. The Mercedes Concept Style is a four-door coupe, which measures 4637mm in length, 1891mm in width and 1398mm in height. To power their new concept, Mercedes uses a newly developed 2.0-liter turbo engine (155 kW / 211 hp), coupled with the 4MATIC all-wheel drive system and the 7G-DCT dual clutch automatic gearbox. In terms of design, the Concept Style Coupe follows the same general lines as the new A Class, which could suggest that this is the new “face” of Mercedes. The Concept Style Coupe comes with an Alubeam exterior finish, and innovative headlights, which shine red when in standby mode. Even though these red headlights look awesome, we’re pretty sure they’re not allowed in any country. When activated, the indicators of the Mercedes Concept Style Coupe light up one after another in a “Mexican wave” effect.
The Mercedes Concept Style Coupe sits on 20-inch alloys with a very interesting turbine design, which continue the diamond-theme of the radiator grille. The Concept Style Coupe features a large panoramic glass roof, a rear diffuser and a dual-flow exhaust system.
For the interior of the Concept Style Coupe, Mercedes uses mostly carbon fiber. The instrument panel is covered in white nubuck leather and Alcantara, while the HMI control panel is covered with black anodized aluminum. The Mercedes Concept Style Coupe is equipped with the COMAND Online system, which is updated through a through a mobile phone connection from the Daimler Vehicle Backend.