Merc's all-new S-Class limo is now on sale in Australia, but there's still one new bodystyle to come: the sleek S-Class Coupe.
The spied S-Class Coupe has done away with the heavy camouflage worn earlier this year, revealing that much of its styling will remain in-line with the recent concept.
Joining the newly revealed 2014 S-Class sedan, the upcoming Coupe will replace the CL-Class name, with a debut expected in the middle of next year.
The new coupe will bring a more flowing and athletic style to the model, featuring Merc's familiar upright grille, swept-back headlights and a raked rear.
Like the E-Class sedan and coupe, the new S coupe will also get its own distinctive headlight design, compared to the new sedan.
That theme will continue at the rear, with a more athletic design set off by a slimmer profile, a tapered tail and longer lights that stretch into the boot lid.
The new S-Class range debuts an even greater level of luxury, thanks in part to the retirement of Daimler's failed Maybach brand.
Models in the new S-Class line-up include the big-power S 500, powered by a 335kW and 700Nm 4.6 litre twin-turbo V8, offering a 0-100km/h sprint time of just 4.8 seconds in sedan form.
Further down the range, there's the S 400 Hybrid, S 350 BlueTec and S 300 BlueTec Hybrid, although it's unclear which of these models will figure in the coupe range.
Watch for the new S-Class Coupe to debut sometime in early 2014.