An updated Mercedes C-Class Estate was spotted on testsJanuary 23, 2021
Journalists were able to capture a prototype of the Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate 2021 model year. The front and rear parts of the body were disguised – apparently there will be the main changes.
At the disposal of our publisher were photographs from tests of the updated Mercedes-Benz C-class station wagon – the car was captured at the headquarters of the German automaker in the German city of Stuttgart. Photos were kindly shared by the guys with Motor.com.
The spotted car received tinted rear windows and black side mirror caps.
It also has a set of cute, oversized rims, which are usually found on more expensive versions of the model.
The revamped C-Class Estate looks set to be a lot like its larger E-Class sibling in terms of exterior design. All of the changes are evolutionary rather than revolutionary – and that’s enough to give the compact car a more modern look than its predecessor.
We know that the 2021 C-class sedan, which will receive the W206 in-house index, will be officially unveiled later this year.
The debut of the new “tseshka” in the station wagon version, which in Germany received the designation T-Modell, will take place several months later. More powerful versions of the new Mercedes-AMG sports brand are rumored to be shown in 2022 alongside a more off-road version of the C-class All-Terrain station wagon.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that Mercedes-Benz introduced the 2021 EQA electric crossover. The German brand has unveiled its new electric crossover, the Mercedes-Benz EQA. The new 2021 model year, which is the electric analogue of the compact GLA, has received many modern technologies, as well as 188 hp. power.
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