Last month, the German brand revealed details of the C-Class sedan and estate variants. Those models are due in Australia in the second quarter of 2011, and the coupe is also due in local showrooms around the middle of the year.
The C-Class Coupe will replace the ageing CLC-Class, which was released as the Sport Coupe in 2002 and renamed and reskinned in 2008 for a fresher appearance.
There is no official word on the coupe’s technical specifications, although it is expected to mirror the sedan line-up, with engines ranging from efficient four-cylinder units to a high-performance V8 in the AMG version.
CarAdvice will bring you the full details of the 2011 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe when it is unveiled at the 2011 Detroit Auto Show on Monday.