Mercedes C-Class 2018: First images of the interior and the Estate version

  • New images of the prototypes of the Mercedes C Class 2018 a facelift average life cycle model segment D.
  • The first images of the Estate variant and renewed interior Class C, with slight and subtle changes.

The first time we met the C-Class Estate 2018.

Our photographers have returned to hunt test units of the new C class Mercedes-Benz, this time, capturing two mules simultaneously test both the sedan and the wagon variant Estate.

both copies They are carrying identical camouflage, keeping only the front bumper hidden in a format that is not the first time we have seen the prototypes Class C. The sedan variant of these prototypes and had studied previously, when we hunt testing a system of energy recovery on the front.

Nevertheless, This is the first time that we see a family unit version with the same external characteristics of these test mules. Providing a provisional bumper, equipped with cavities that invite thinking are designed to accommodate any type of sensor or radar, although we can not be sure.

the bulky central command disappears

If externally, these prototypes do not point anything new because they do not have their definitive elements, this time we were able to peek inside, checking the new dashboard, it showed that although camouflaged, betrays little news.

The dashboard of these units shows great similarities with which we can find in the current C-Class, but reveal a long look at us small and subtle differences, such as the new steering wheel, similar to the Class S, or Voluminous disappearance control center console, which it seems has been replaced by a new touchpad.

Faced with this we find a nearly identical center console, but behind the wheel it seems that the dashboard has changed substantially, and now has new design and central screen larger.

At the back we can not see anything new.

As we mentioned earlier, the facelift of the new C-Class
Mercedes will not be presented until the end of next year or
early 2018.

What hides this Mercedes Class C? No, not the expected "facelift"