2014 Mercedes Benz C-Class interior was spy photographed

2014 Mercedes Benz C-Class interior was spy photographed

The interior of the brand new Mercedes Benz C-Class, the four-door saloon which is expected to arrive in 2013 or even later as a strong competitor for BMW's market leader the 3-Series, has recently been captured by spy photographers, beautifully revealing a revolutionary way for the bar, lights and front grille. It is based on the F800 concept show presented at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show. Because Mercedes needs to play it safe with their top selling sedan, the roof does not appear to be similar to the concept. The interior will be simpler than before, offering an infotainment display that is similar to the more recent G-Class and the A-Class. As compared to the current design language, the C-Class interior will not undergo major changes, as the engineers will be more focused on the way all the switches work, thus aiming to offer the luxury expected by customers from this brand. The Wagon body A will follow the launch of this C-Class sedan, while according to some sources, Mercedes may be working on a Midsize Sports Tourer, a crossover vehicle similar to the R-Class.
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2014 Mercedes Benz C-Class interior was spy photographed image 2014 Mercedes Benz C-Class interior was spy photographed image
2014 Mercedes Benz C-Class interior was spy photographed image 2014 Mercedes Benz C-Class interior was spy photographed image