The C-class has traditionally been inspired by the S-Class, from which it has taken over the rear of the car and the interior design, where we can see an equally oriented infotainment screen.
There will be only four-cylinder under the hood, allegedly due to better driving characteristics and strict emission standards stemming from the European Union. If you want more powerful motorization, you will probably have to accept that it will be a plug-in hybrid, the performance of which will be supported by an electric motor. A fully electric version is not planned. Six-cylinder and eight-cylinder will no longer be on offer. The sharpened version of the C63 AMG will also have to make do with only the four-cylinder.
A novelty for the C-class will be the rotation of the rear wheels for a better turning radius. The station wagon version should also be revealed at the official performance. Later, we can look forward to coupe versions and a plastic-coated off-road version, as we know it from a larger sibling (E-class) with the designation All-Terrain. There probably won’t be a convertible.