Mercedes C-Class Wagon Different Wheels Spied

2021 Mercedes C-Class Estate Spied With Dual-Screen Interior

Mercedes is surely busy with the S-Class these days, especially with a debut slated for early next month. That’s not to say that Stuttgart is not on guard with the other cars in the lineup.

The C-Class has been spied on several times before, while the station wagon version was first spotted last month, although the cabin of the long-roof C-Class was not seen in the previous set of shots. ‘spying. This time, our spy photographers were lucky as we now get a glimpse of the cabin of the upcoming C-Class Wagon.

As expected, the interior of the C-Class Estate features the same layout as its sedan counterpart – only more spacious at the rear. The dashboard is crowned with two large screens: one for the instrument and a massive vertical for the new MBUX infotainment.

The center display is reminiscent of the recently revealed official images of the S-Class cabin, which resides in the center and extends to the center console. However, we don’t expect the C-Class to get all five color displays from the S-Class.

As for the exterior, the C-Class wagon spotted here doesn’t deviate much from when it was first seen last month. There isn’t a bit of a camouflage shed, but you can see this prototype wears a different set of wheels. Expect similar proportions to the outgoing C-Class station wagon and similar updates to the S-Class and E-Class for exterior styling – as well as fake exhaust vents at the rear, unfortunately.

The C-Class wagon will likely debut next year a few months after the sedan. An all-terrain C-Class rivaling the A4 Allroad with standard 4Matic is also expected to arrive. Those who reside in the United States shouldn’t expect the long-roofed C-Class, as the company has reportedly removed several nameplates in North America to simplify its lineup.

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