Mercedes-Benz is upgrading its sedan line-up and after the S-Class and E-Class Facelift, it's the next-generation C-Class that's been spotted testing. Covered heavily in camouflage, the 2021 Mercedes-Benz C-Class looks slightly bigger than the outgoing model with larger overhangs and a longer wheelbase. The headlights look angular as well while the taillights look sleeker. The exposed roof reveals a white body colour option and a nice big sunroof as well, along with silver multi-spoke alloy wheels, matching silver door handles, and sleek ORVMs.
Like the existing model, we expect the next-gen C-Class to also come in multiple body types. It will be underpinned by the Modular Rear Architecture (MRA), and is expected to get an All-Terrain rugged wagon as well which in global markets will rival the likes of the Audi A4 Allroad. Under the hood we expect petrol and diesel four-cylinder engines, while flagship AMG C63 will get a downsized four-cylinder hybrid engine that will put out close to 500 bhp.
We do not get to see the cabin of the car in these images, but we expect the W206 (Codename for 2021 C-Class) get an all-new dashboard and infotainment screen with the new MBUX system. It will be integrated into the center console and likely will have a larger size. An advanced autonomous driving system is also the cards thanks to an upgraded cruise control system. Also expect the 2021 Mercedes-Benz C-Class to feature a remote based self-parking system.
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