Mercedes’ new C-Class coupe is scheduled to be unveiled at the Geneva Auto Show in March.  Some European bloggers seem to have beaten Mercedes to the punch, however, releasing three leaked press shots of the new car.  The coupe shares its front-end styling with the facelifted 2012 C-Class sedan but is unique from the A-pillar aft.

Interestingly, this is not the first Mercedes two-door to resemble the latest C-Class.  For a while, the company sold the CLC (outside of America), which was actually a previous-generation (W203) C-Class Sportcoupe (hatchback) facelifted to match the current sedan’s (W204) exterior styling.  This time around, however, the car has standard trunk instead of a hatchback.

No further details have been confirmed, though we expect the coupe to gain the same engine options as the sedan- the C250 (a new 1.8L twin-turbo direct-injection inline-4 with 201 hp, 229 lb-ft), C300 (retaining its 3.0L V6 with 228 hp, 221 lb-ft), and C350 (a new 3.5L direct-injection V6 with 302 hp, 273 lb-ft).

The C-Class sedan and coupe are almost sure to get AMG, and possibly AMG Black Series, versions sporting AMG’s 5.5L twin-turbo V8.