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Virtual thrash Merc CLC coupe


In fact, they’re encouraging people to go their hardest at it, with the top times every month until October winning the chance to drive some AMG Mercs for real.

While the CLC-Class coupe won’t arrive here for a couple of weeks, downloading the driving game at www.CLCdreamtestdrive.com offers the chance to have a bit of fun with it, customising the top-spec CLC 350 Sport — and then thrashing the daylights out of it.

But the downside for us is that the competition is open only to UK residents.

This is also the closest we’ll get to the CLC 350, as only the CLC 200 variants are on their way to Australia.

The cars will be priced from $49,900 for the entry level CLC 200 Kompressor, with the Evolution version costing $53,900 and the Evolution Plus costing $58.990.

All will carry the same 1.8-litre engine developing 135kW of power at 5500rpm and 250Nm of torque between 2800-5000rpm, mated with a five-speed automatic transmission.