STUTTGART -- Mercedes-Benz will introduce a new line of SLK models at the Geneva auto show in March, along with face lifted versions of the C class and CLS.
The second generation of the SLK will come in three versions: the entry-level SLK 200 Kompressor, which has a supercharged 163hp, four-cylinder engine; the SLK 350 with the company's new 272hp V-6 engine; and the top-of-the-line SLK 55 AMG with a 5.5-liter, 360hp V-8.
All versions of the roadster are equipped with LED taillights and adaptive airbags. The SLK also can be equipped with a heater called Airscarf that emits warm air through the headrests.
Mercedes will also introduce a new version of its popular C class in Geneva, and it will unveil the production version of the CLS.
The CLS is a four-door coupe based on the E class. It was shown as a concept at the IAA in Frankfurt.