The 2012 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe to be unveiled at the Geneva Motor show

Mercedes-Benz surely knows how to celebrate in pomp and style. And to ring in their 125th year, the C-Class Coupé is out with a young and sporty look. The two-door car will be on display at the Geneva Motor Show this year and is all set to woo people aged between 35 and 45. While the insides glimmer with LED diffusers, the insides offer a huge range of color accents and sporty dashboard panels that feature the command center’s control panel in silver-colored keys. You can also opt for a black piano-lacquer look, nougatine burr walnut wood, dark aluminum, or brown ash burl finished interiors.

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The four-seater car comes with a built-in multimedia command center the offers larger displays, phone book transfer, displays text messages, wireless music reproduction through Bluetooth or USB interface all through your armrest. The command center also provides internet access to the online website and Google maps with 3D views. The car can also come fitted with the Becker Map Pilot that offers entry-level Audio 20 CD radio.

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