The long-roof C is gradually dropping the disguise. You can tell the world premiere of the new Mercedes C-Class is inching closer as the disguise is beginning to come off from these near-production prototypes. The sedan was caught recently with less camouflage and now its long-roof sibling has been spotted by our spies without some of the swirly black and white body wrap.The two prototypes depict different trim levels judging by their front grille designs, with the white one likely being the upper-spec model considering the tinted rear windows, sunroof, and black side mirror caps. In addition, the test vehicle with the license plate ending in “1453” seems to have larger alloy wheels and boasts a subtle chrome strip on the door handles. Gallery: 2022 Mercedes C-Class Estate new spy photos 25 Photos The headlight and taillight designs appear to be derived from the larger E-Class facelift, which isn’t all that surprising since Mercedes tends to largely follow the same design among the C, E, and S models. These evolutionary changes over the outgoing model should be enough to lend the C-Class a more modern look and in line with the larger and more luxurious models carrying the three-pointed star…. Read full this story
- Get your camera out: Mercedes-AMG Project One supercar tests on public roads
- 2019 Mercedes-AMG E53 coupe first drive review
- These are the best 2019 wagons on sale today in the U.S.
- Mercedes-Benz design director hints at all-electric S-Class
- Mercedes-Benz will give the 2020 CLA a star-studded introduction at CES
- 2018 Mercedes-AMG E63 S 4Matic+ first drive review
- 2019 Mercedes-Benz CLS450 4Matic first drive review
- 2019 Mercedes-Benz A-Class Sedan first drive review
- Mercedes-Benz will give the tech-savvy 2020 CLA more power at the NY show
- The 2019 Mercedes-Benz G-Class is a total off-road champ
2022 Mercedes C-Class Wagon Spied During Snowy Test With Less Camo have 297 words, post on www.motor1.com at January 13, 2021. This is cached page on Auto Breaking News. If you want remove this page, please contact us.