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Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe
Very basically, a two-door, four-seat variant of the S-Class, replacing the now-defunct CL. Initially available as an S 63 AMG with a 5.5-litre biturbo V8 and 582bhp, there’s also an S 65 with a twin-turbo 6.0-litre V12 and 621bhp, and a 4.6-litre S 500 equipped with another biturbo V8 with 450bhp. Suffice to say, these isn’t a weak S-Class Coupe.
At over five metres long and two wide, this isn’t a small car. But programmable air-suspension helps keep everything as taut as the slick looks suggest, and if you tick the right boxes, Mercedes’ Magic Body Control with Curve Tilting Function will actually lean the S Coupe into corners like a motorbike. It’s not for speed – there’s a ‘sport’ function for that into which the system defaults – but for comfort. And it really works – keeping the car straight and level even during high-speed direction changes.