Mercedes-Benz has revealed the all-new refreshed C-Class line up including the luxury sedan and estate. Both the cars will be showcased at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. The German luxury auto manufacturer not only updated styling of the C-Class, premiumness of the car has been upped and new environment friendly powertrain technology has been introduced as well. Clearly these all changes have been made to make the new C-Class much more appealing than the current model.
Speaking about the C-Class facelift, it gets a revised front grille hat makes it more aggressive looking. It gets multibeam headlamps with ultra high range beam. Both the front and rear bumpers of the car have been updated and they come with more sculpted look. At the back, LED taillights come with revised and sharper look. Not only the standard C-Class, but the AMG variant too becomes sharper and more stylish.
Inside the cabin, Mercedes-Benz has updated the C-Class facelift with host of new features and styling updates. These include the display concept of new S-Class. Thanks to this strategy, C-Class facelift gets a large 12.3-inch virtual HD instrument cluster that comes as an optional feature. Apart from that, there is a 10.25-inch COMAND touchscreen infotainment system at centre console with various advanced and modern connectivity options. New steering wheel with touch sensitive buttons, seat and upholstery with premium leather treatment are there.
Another interesting feature of the C-Class facelift is the semi-autonomous driving technology that helps the driver with Active Lane Change Assist, Active Emergency Braking Assist and Active Steering Assist. To ensure better comfort for the occupants, Mercedes-Benz C-Class facelift gets mood lighting, multi-zone automatic climate control etc.
On the powertrain front, Mercedes-Benz C-Class facelift will come available in both petrol and diesel engine options with EQ hybrid technology that will ensure more power and torque output for the car. The EQ Power system will increase the car’s power by around 40 bhp. While the brand is tight lipped about C-Class facelift’s India arrival, we can expect it to come here sometime in 2019.