The facelifted Mercedes-Benz C-Class has been spotted in the final stages of testing. It’s not even wearing any camouflage...
Mercedes-Benz is hoping to launch the updated C-Class during the course of 2018. The new model, as spotted here in the final stages of testing, doesn’t look too drastic a departure from the original design. The only visible changes appear to be the headlights, which have been transplanted from the E-Class and the new taillamps, which feature a new lighting signature.
We are led to believe that there will be an entirely new engine lineup that will be revealed with the updated C-Class in 2018. The V6 design is said to be replaced by an in-line configuration and the 2.1-litre turbodiesel unit will be retired in favour of the 2016 E-Class 2.0-litre version.
Interior details will in all likelihood be updated too (as is the case with all facelifts), but we await further details about the new the enhancements.