It appears that Mercedes-Benz Malaysia is setting its sights on bringing in a two-seater roadster next – a reader has sent in photos of the Mercedes-Benz SLC, sighted at the Glenmarie showroom. The facelifted R172 SLK – which has been given the new moniker as a result of Mercedes’ range-wide naming restructuring in 2014 – is seen here in both standard and AMG Line (with the Night Package) forms.

From what we can see, both cars are specced with LED Intelligent headlights and 18-inch wheels – AMG multispoke items on the AMG Line car, five twin-spoke rollers (which comes with the sports package that also includes sports suspension) on the standard car. Also equipped is the Magic Sky Control panoramic glass roof and what appear to be Airguide wind deflectors on the SLC 300.

The red AMG car is badged the SLC 300, and therefore is powered by a 2.0 litre turbocharged engine making 245 hp at 5,500 rpm and 370 Nm between 1,300 to 4,000 rpm. It’s unknown which model the standard car is, but it’s likely to be the SLC 200 – this shares the same engine as the SLC 300, but detuned to 180 hp and 300 Nm. Both engines are likely to be mated to a nine-speed 9G-Tronic automatic transmission.

Changes over the pre-facelift SLK include reshaped headlights, reprofiled front and rear bumpers and redesigned tail light graphics, while the interior gets the latest infotainment systems – including a COMAND Online option – and a larger seven-inch display instead of the previous 5.8-inch one.

We’ve driven the SLC in AMG SLC 43 form – read our review here.