The new Mercedes-Benz C-Class completely lost camouflageNovember 9, 2020
A station wagon was spotted during transport.
The premium German brand Mercedes-Benz is getting closer to the debut of the updated C-Class. In spy photos, the car was gradually losing its layer of camouflage. And on Monday, November 9th, we saw a car without a masking layer. The photo shows a station wagon in the back of an S206. The car was spotted in Spain during transport. It is expected that sales of new items should begin closer to mid-2021.
A number of significant changes can be noted in the design – for example, the appearance of lamps with a triangular section on the tailgate. The same performance can be found in the older E-Class and S-Class. Also, the new C-Class will get modified stampings and other rear caliper mountings.
There should be an addition in the line of bodies – if now you can buy the C-Class in the performance of a sedan, coupe, convertible and station wagon, now the All-Terrain cross-station wagon will become available. The most global changes with a generation change will occur in the engine compartment.
The previous engines will be replaced by electrified versions – the basic versions will receive 48-volt starter-generators, and the maximum versions will have rechargeable hybrids.
You can also observe a significant change in the car interior, which will become very technological. The multimedia system has received a vertical tablet in the style of the S-Class, and the instrument panel will become digital. It is possible that the fifth generation of the C-Class can be officially presented by the end of 2020.
Earlier, new renderings of the Mercedes-Benz C-Class appeared on the web. The car can be seen more and more often during the final tests, so the renders are becoming more reliable each time.
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