The Coupe will be available from £35,095 on-the-road, while those who want to feel the wind in their hair in the Cabriolet will have to put down £38,465.
Is it clear the two models look the part, but they also deliver when it comes to technology and performance. They are 21 per cent more efficient than previous generations and include some of the most advanced features of any Mercedes-Benz vehicle ever.
This includes a 3D view of up to 50 metres ahead to help with the new or upgraded safety system included, speed-sensitive power Direct Steering system to improve fuel efficiency and an online media interface on both the Cabriolet and the Coupe.
The vehicles are both available in two models: the SE and AMG Sport. He former comes with 17-inch five twin-spoke alloy wheels, leather upholstery and a dark aluminium trim, while the latter has 18-inch twin-spoke alloy wheels, upgraded front brakes, an AMG bodystyling and visible twin-pipe exhaust.
Buyers will also have the choice of optional extra such as LED Intelligent Light Systems, Aragonite Silver metallic paint and alternative leather upholstery colours.
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