2021 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Teased Ahead Of Global Debut

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The new Mercedes-Benz C-Class will debut on February 24.

The all-new Mercedes-Benz C-Class is all set to make its global debut on February 23 and the German carmaker has released a new teaser ahead of its arrival, showing us the silhouette of the new car. Interestingly, the teaser image also shows the silhouette of the C-Class Wagon which is not expected to come to our market, but will be sold in the European markets. Now the 2021 Mercedes-Benz C-Class has been spotted testing multiple times and we have some idea of what all it will get and how it will look like.

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The new Mercedes-Benz C-Class gets an updated front head sporting new grille and headlights.

The changes made to the new C-Class are expected to give it more of a baby S-Class look where the design will draw inspiration from the flagship in the German carmaker’s range. The face on the new model looks a bit sharper sporting a slightly protruding nose while it also gets a new and bigger radiator grille. Then there are sleeker headlights while at the rear there are horizontal taillights, similar to those we saw in some of the newer models from the carmaker’s stable. Now we are not expecting the new C-Class to be a whole lot different from its predecessor but the makeover surely is expected to add a sense of freshness in its appearance. That said, some significant changes are expected on the inside of the new C-Class, starting with a new dashboard that will sport a neatly integrated touchscreen unit, instead of the tablet like unit in the outgoing model.

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The new Mercedes-Benz C-Class will get horizontal taillights at the rear.


Now, similar changes are expected on the other models in the C-Class range as well, like the AMG C53 and C63 models, but we expect to see the sedan first. Under the hood of the C-Class sedan, we expect to see the new 2.0-litre, four-cylinder diesel and petrol engines along with a mild-hybrid set up. The model is expected to arrive in 2022 in India while we are waiting for the new A-Class limousine to go on sale this year.

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