Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe and Cabrio to debut at 2017 Frankfurt auto show

Mercedes-Benz’s S-Class sedan has been updated for 2018 with some visual tweaks to the exterior and cabin plus a revised powertrain lineup.

The automaker has confirmed that similar changes will be introduced to the two-door S-Class models, also for 2018.

Prototypes for the updated S-Class Coupe as well as the updated S63 Coupe and S63 Cabriolet from Mercedes-AMG have been spotted.

We’ll see them formally introduced in September at the 2017 Frankfurt auto show, Mercedes has confirmed.

The Frankfurt auto show starts September 12. For more coverage, head to our dedicated hub.

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