The new Mercedes C-Class will receive an all-terrain versionOctober 1, 2019
Next-generation station wagon Mercedes-Benz C-Class will have an all-terrain version called All Terrain, which can compete with the Audi A4 Allroad and Volvo V60 Cross Country. It is reported by Autocar.
Such a car will differ from a standard station wagon by a reconfigured suspension with increased ground clearance, other bumpers, as well as enhanced protection of the lower part of the body.
The next-generation Mercedes-Benz C-Class will debut in 2021. It will be built on the MRA modular platform with double wishbones in front and multi-link suspension at the rear, as well as adaptive shock absorbers, which will be part of the standard equipment of the car.
The engine range will include four-cylinder gasoline and diesel engines, working together with a starter-generator powered by a 48-volt on-board electrical network. In addition, plug-in hybrids will be available.
The latest version of the adaptive cruise control Drive Pilot will be available on the new Mercedes-Benz C-Class, which will debut in 2020 with the seventh-generation flagship S-Class. The function will be able to independently maintain the necessary speed, based on data on the vehicle ahead, road signs, navigation tips and other factors.
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