Mercedes has announced a total of six debuts at the upcoming New York Auto Show, two of which will be world premiers. The first of those two has already been revealed as the C63 AMG Coupe, while the second is still unknown. Mercedes has, however, said the car will be from its high-performance AMG division, raising speculation that it will be the roadster version of the SLS – just in time for Spring.
Other North American debuts include the C-Class Coupe, 2012 C-Class Sedan and the 2012 SLK (even though it’s actually already been shown at the Canadian International Auto Show).
As for the sixth and final vehicle, the press release makes no mention of it, with speculation suggesting a concept car that will form the basis of anything from the next B-Class to the new compact crossover below the GLK.
For more on the NY Auto Show debuts and full coverage see AutoGuide’s 2011 New York Auto Show page here.