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Duell 03-22-2014 02:39 AM

Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupé/Cabriolet (C217) 2014-
 
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[B]Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupé[/B]

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Duell 04-03-2014 10:39 AM

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Duell 04-03-2014 10:41 AM

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Duell 04-03-2014 10:42 AM

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Duell 04-03-2014 10:44 AM

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The biggest german coupe of them all, what's BMW answer?

Ferrer 04-04-2014 11:44 AM

This, apparently.

[url="http://www.carscoops.com/2014/04/bmw-rumored-to-debut-new-9-series-super.html"]BMW Rumored to Debut New 9-Series Super Luxury Concept at Beijing Show - Carscoops[/url]

pimento 04-04-2014 08:43 PM

9 series would have to be a Saloon.. so basically an RR with a roundel and front hinged doors. Wait for the forthcoming 10 series. Which will then spawn a 10 series GC that for some reason has 4 doors but less head room in the back. And then a 10GT which is actually a 20 seater bus.

Ferrer 04-05-2014 07:07 AM

[quote=pimento;1004495]9 series would have to be a Saloon.. so basically an RR with a roundel and front hinged doors. Wait for the forthcoming 10 series. Which will then spawn a 10 series GC that for some reason has 4 doors but less head room in the back. And then a 10GT which is actually a 20 seater bus.[/quote]
[SIZE="1"](LOL)[/SIZE]

Don't forget that the 10GT will have a longer wheel base. Also touring variants and an X9 and then the same with a sort of preposterous fastback styling which they'll call the X10.

Ferrer 08-25-2015 04:29 AM

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[B][I]Coveted dream car of the 1960s meets star of the 2015 International Motor Show in Frankfurt: the new Mercedes-Benz S-Class Cabriolet is following in the tradition of the open-top S-Class (model series 111 and 112) from the period 1961 to 1971. Unmistakeable, exclusive design, fine materials with maximum high-class appeal in the interior and state-of-the-art technology in the S-Class characterise the concept behind both cabriolets. [/I][/B]

"After 44 years we can again offer friends of our company an open variant of the S‑Class. The new S-Class Cabriolet symbolises our passion for individual and timelessly exclusive mobility, which we share with our customers", remarks Ola Källenius, Board Member of Daimler AG, Mercedes-Benz Cars Sales.

With the new S-Class Cabriolet Mercedes-Benz is setting itself the standard of building the most comfortable cabriolet in the world. When it comes to climate comfort the enhanced automatic wind protection system AIRCAP, the AIRSCARF neck-level heating system, the heated armrests, the seat heating also in the rear plus the intelligent fully automatic climate control ensure that this is indeed the case.

The new S-Class Cabriolet is carrying the long and successful tradition of Mercedes-Benz luxury-segment cabriolets into the future. Even back in the 1920s the luxury cabriolets from Stuttgart combined the freedom of open-top motoring with the comfort and safety of a Mercedes-Benz Saloon. From the start of post-war production the top models from Mercedes-Benz were also available in the particularly exclusive variant as a cabriolet. These included the 170 S (W 136) from 1949, the 220 (W 187) from 1951 and the 300 S (W 188) from 1952.

After the "Ponton" cabriolets 220 S (W 180) and 220 SE (W 128) built from 1956 to 1960, in 1961 the 220 SE Cabriolet of the model series W 111 was launched, a particularly elegant, open-top four-seater, whose design is still considered timeless to this day. In this ten-year production period Mercedes-Benz offered five different models in these model series: the 220 SE, 250 SE, 300 SE (W 112), 280 SE and, as a late top model, the eight-cylinder 280 SE 3.5 – in total 7013 units of these five cabriolets were manufactured in Sindelfingen. For the time being there was no open-top luxury-segment car in the Mercedes-Benz model range to follow this generation: rather, it is the new SL from model series 107 which cultivated the tradition of open-top motoring in the Stuttgart brand's cars – as a two-seater.

The cabriolets from Mercedes-Benz are today amongst the most sought-after classic cars – and the prices have developed accordingly. Examples of this are the cabriolets from model series 111 whose values are cited by the renowned American Hagerty Insurance's price guide. In its estimation a 280 SE 3.5 from the final year of construction, 1971, in condition 2 today has a value of around 290,000 US$ - ten years ago the figure was some 115,000 US$. But that is by no means the pinnacle: for instance, a specimen of this model in excellent condition was auctioned last August by RM Auctions for 429,000 US$.

The last six-cylinder 280 SE model (1969) in the same condition is valued today by Hagerty at approx. 75,000 US$ - about 45,000 US$ ten years ago. Early 220 SE models are around the same level, with a current value of some 84,000 US$.

Duell 12-11-2016 02:48 PM

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The S500 Cabriolet on a boat :rolleyes:

Duell 12-11-2016 02:53 PM

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And the top of the line Mercedes-Maybach S 650 Cabriolet for more exclusivity then the already exclusive standard version.

Duell 12-11-2016 02:55 PM

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But I love those rims :):)

NSXType-R 12-11-2016 03:12 PM

I'm so glad Mercedes got the memo and realized people didn't want the infotainment system to look like a 7 inch tablet fell from the sky and embedded itself halfway into the dashboard.

Too bad Mercedes decided to skimp out on the rear end and decided to make it look slab sided and uninspired. It's boring and frumpy.

Styling has gone a long ways from the CL class, which was honestly really pretty in my eyes.

Ferrer 12-11-2016 04:25 PM

I never liked the C215 CL. The C216 was better.

This isn't bad either.

In any case, Daimler has always done dignified 2 doors quite well.


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