Mercedes-Benz is expanding its S-Class Coupe range to include a new entry-level model: the S400 4Matic Coupe. It joins existing S-Class Coupe models such as the S550 as well as Mercedes-AMG’s S63 and S65 high-performance duo, though we should note that the car is yet to be confirmed for sale in the United States.
The S400 4Matic Coupe is powered by the same twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V-6 engine found in a number of Mercedes models, and in the big coupe the output has been tuned to match the 362 horsepower the engine produces in several of the AMG sport models as well as the 2017 SL450. Peak torque, meanwhile, registers at 369 pound-feet.
The standard transmission is a seven-speed automatic and drive is to all four wheels via Mercedes’ 4Matic all-wheel-drive system. Other standard goodies include LED headlights, air suspension, parking assist, autonomous braking and the COMAND infotainment system.
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The current entry-level S-Class Coupe, the S550 4Matic Coupe, is priced from just over $120k, with shipping. We’re waiting to hear back from Mercedes whether the S400 4Matic Coupe will be offered in the States. If offered here, it’s likely the S400 4Matic Coupe will see the price of entry head lower.