At the front, the one-piece LED-infused headlights are a slightly different shape compared to the Saloon and Estate’s cutting into the the bumper, which features larger, even more pronounced air intakes, while the radiator grille uses a single-bar to hold its three-pointed star. The rear arches retain their muscular shoulder, while the rear gains revised LED taillights and a chrome accent on the lower bumper section.
The Coupe and Cabriolet are available with the same engine options as their more practical counterparts, including six petrol units ranging from the 135 kW (184 hp) 2.0-litre E 200 to the 300 kW (408 hp) twin-turbocharged 4.6-litre E 550, and three diesel engines producing between 125 kW (170 hp) and 195 kW (265 hp) in the 2.1-litre E 220 CDI and 3.0-litre E 350 BlueTEC respectively. All versions get the ECO start/stop system as standard, with customers offered the choice of a six-speed manual or seven-speed 7G-TRONIC PLUS automatic transmission. E 350 Coupe owners can also choose the brand’s 4Matic all-wheel-drive system.