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Mercedes-Benz had a pretty damn good 2014.

The CLA is still selling strong, the all-new S-Class has redefined expectations for large luxury sedans and the all-new C-Class was recognized by many for its unbelievable ride quality and well-built interior space.

So, now what?

Well, 2015 will usher in the likes of the all-new Mercedes-AMG GT, C63 and Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe. There's plenty of others on the way, it just would take a bit of time to sort out what's coming down the 'pike.

One vehicle we're especially looking forward to is the all-new C-Class Coupe. There's good reason for this as its competition is a bit lethargic at this point. Audi's A5 is too old to be "in the game" at this stage, the BMW 4-Series has become quite soft and its interior is so so, at best, and the Lexus RC I am driving at the moment is OK but features controversial design inside and out.

Simply put, after driving the all-new C400 I think there's no question the C-Class Coupe is ready to completely dominate this race.

But of course you want to see it first, right? After months of heavy cladding in convertible form and no coupes to be seen, we've finally got the first batch of all-new Mercedes C-Class Coupe spy shots.

From what you can make out it's obvious the C facade will remain mostly uninterrupted, the side profile gets much more sleek and less bulbous while the ass-end will take inspiration from the S-Class Coupe. If you want to get a better idea of the C-Class Coupe's rear design, take a look at the S Coupe's rear taillights and that should give you a pretty good idea.

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SPIED: Mercedes-Benz's All-New C-Class COUPE Gets EXPOSED For The FIRST Time — All-New Spy Shots!

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