Mercedes-Benz is testing the 2022 C-Class station wagonJanuary 13, 2021
The journalists published photos of the updated Mercedes C-Class station wagon. The new C-Class 2022 model year is spotted during snow trials with a bit of camouflage.
It can be suggested that the world premiere of the new Mercedes C-Class is approaching, as these almost production prototypes are beginning to slowly lose their camouflage. The sedan version of the novelty was recently caught with less camouflage, and now the station wagon is on tests.
The two prototypes have different trim levels, judging by the false grille design, with the white car likely being a more expensive version of the model, given the tinted rear windows, sunroof and black side mirror covers.
In addition, the test car with a license plate ending in “1453” appears to have larger alloy wheels and boasts a thin chrome strip on the door handles.
The design of the headlights and taillights seems to have been borrowed from the larger E-Class in the updated version, which is not surprising since Mercedes usually doesn’t make much design changes between the C-, E- and S-class models. These evolutionary changes from the previous version of the model should be enough to give it a more modern look to match the larger, more luxurious three-pointed star models.
A fresh batch of spy shots keep us from getting a glimpse inside the cabin, but from some angles you can easily tell that the tablet-style infotainment system sticking out of the dash has been removed. Previous prototypes of the new next-generation C-class have shown that the touchscreen will be integrated into the center console and will be joined by a separate touchpad on the right for climate control.
Logic tells us that the C-class sedan will be unveiled later this year, and Mercedes will probably wait a few months before introducing a universal version of the car. The off-road All-Terrain and charged versions from AMG are expected to debut in 2022.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that prototypes of the Mercedes EQA and EQB electric crossovers were seen. The German company is testing prototypes of the EQA and EQB electric crossovers. New for 2022 model year received the minimum amount of camouflage.
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