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The rumor mill was abuzz with reports that Mercedes-Benz is about to unleash a bunch of debuts destined for the 2011 New York International Auto Show that runs from April 22 through May 1 at the Jacob Javits Convention Center. Rumors have it that the public will be treated to a trio of vehicles that we haven’t seen yet, plus another three vehicles making their North American debuts.
The latter three are the C-Class Coupe, C-Class sedan, and the new
SLK. Meanwhile, the three unknowns are believed to include a couple of
AMG variants plus an entirely-new concept vehicle. What could the AMG
units be? Perhaps it’s going to be the all-new SLS AMG Roadster. The
logical choice is, of course, the C63 AMG Coupe.
Some people speculating on the last unknown vehicle to be unveiled
say that it’s likely to be the upcoming B-Class or even the successor to
the M-Class line. It’s only a matter of time before we see which it
really will be.