Mercedes Concept Style Coupe at the Beijing Motor Show

Mercedes Concept Style Coupe
The carmaker who first made the fastback, four-door coupe body style popular — with its 2005 CLS-Class — looks to capitalize on its success with a new compact four-door coupe. The Mercedes Concept Style Coupe will be unveiled at the Beijing Motor Show later this month.

The concept is a small sedan with a steeped roof and uses Mercedes' next-generation styling cues. To us, all we can see here is the A-Class Concept, shown last year at the 2011 New York Auto Show. It's possible that this is a four-door coupe body style version of the A-Class hatchback. Like the U.S., Chinese car shoppers prefer sedans over hatchbacks. If Mercedes ends up making this car, and there's a strong indication they intend to since the automaker is referring to the concept as "almost production-standard" in its release, it's possible that the compact will also come to the U.S.

The Concept Style Coupe is powered by the same motor found in the A-Class, a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder, and features an all-wheel drive 4MATIC system.

Tell us what you think of the concept, and whether it should come to the U.S., in our comments section below.

Mercedes Concept Style Coupe

Mercedes Concept Style Coupe

Mercedes Concept Style Coupe

Mercedes Concept Style Coupe

Mercedes Concept Style Coupe

Mercedes Concept Style Coupe

Mercedes Concept Style Coupe

By Colin Bird | April 19, 2012 | Comments (4)



How about this with the 2.1 liter diesel from the GLK? I would love that car. Perhaps this is the CLC class?


love the body style and exterior look but the inside seems a bit bland for a mercedes.

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How much rate on this car?

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