Firm shows two of its new models in its Superbowl advert in the US

Mercedes has partially revealed two of its new models during its Superbowl advert in the US.

The advert, called ‘Welcome’, introduced four new models to the Mercedes range: the already-revealed SLK and CLS63 AMG models, plus its new SLS cabriolet and C-class coupé.

See the screen grabs from the Mercedes Superbowl advert

The four appear towards the end of the video. The SLS cabriolet and C-class coupé are always the two models furthest away from camera, although these screen grabs do show their front-end styling and looks from above.

The SLS cabriolet is tipped to appear in late summer 2011, allowing a public debut at the Frankfurt motor show. It features an electrically operated fabric hood, similar in materials and construction to the roof on the E-class convertible.

The C-class coupé has been designed to replace both the CLK and CLC and will make its debut at the Geneva motor show next month.

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