The new Mercedes-Benz C-Class: Saloon and Estate: This is how inspiring the comfort zone can be

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Welcome to a new, even more, digital and efficient world, and welcome home: the new Mercedes-Benz C-Class stands for both, and in all respects creates a future-proof comfort zone in a time of worldwide transformation.

As the first classic model series from Mercedes-Benz, the new C-Class is electrified throughout thanks to plug-in hybrids and mild hybrids with 48-volt technology and integrated starter-generator.

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Due to a high-efficiency battery system, it achieves an electric range of about 100 kilometres (WLTP) as a plug-in hybrid. That is unprecedented in this category to date. It also sets standards with respect to sustainability.

And because the C-Class is one of the company’s highest-volume model series, this systematic electrification has a correspondingly strong effect on our carbon footprint. Other technical refinements include optional features such as DIGITAL LIGHT and rear-axle steering.

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The Saloon and Estate models première together can be ordered from 30 March and will arrive in dealer showrooms in summer 2021.

Design: Sensual purity with a sporty and elegant touch

The new C-Class already looks to be in motion at a standstill with its dynamic proportions, thanks to the combination of short front overhang, long wheelbase and rear overhang. The sporty bonnet with power domes accentuates this urge of forwarding motion.

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Mercedes-Benz C-Klasse, 2021, Selenitgrau magno, Leder zweifarbig Sienabraun/Schwarz. Interieur
Mercedes-Benz C-Class, 2021, selenite grey magno, siena brown/black leather. Interior

The windscreen and passenger cell have been moved to the rear for these classic proportions known in the industry as “cab-backwards design”. The preceding model was already a great step forward in terms of a high-value appeal in the interior, and the new C-Class goes even further with respect to modern luxury.

The interior adopts highlights from the new S-Class, adding a sporty touch. Exterior design: Profile with attractive light effects.

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Mercedes-Benz C-Klasse T-Modell, 2021, Spektralblau, Leder zweifarbig Nevagrau/Schwarz
Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate, 2021, spectral blue, neva grey/black leather

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When viewed from the side, elaborately sculptured surfaces create unique light effects. Conversely, the designers have reduced lines to a minimum, which accentuates the so-called catwalk line or shoulder line even more.

In the Estate model, the progressive roofline in combination with the inclined rear window adds a sporty touch without functional compromises. Other features producing the sporty, superior appearance include the wide track and the flush 17- to 19-inch wheels in modern designs.

The brand’s hallmark radiator grille characterises the front. All models feature a central star, with the design and character of the radiator grille differing in the details. The base model has a central star and louvres.

In the AVANTGARDE line, there are additional decorative elements in the louvres, while the radiator grille and front apron feature chrome surround. The distinguishing feature of the AMG Line is the diamond grille with the star design in chrome.

The rear-end design is typical of a Mercedes-Benz saloon. The high-quality design of the tail lamps fascinates with an unmistakable day and night appearance. In the Saloon, the lamps for the first time have a two-piece design in the C-Class, with the light functions divided between the sidewall and boot lid lamps.

Their precisely configured interiors also showcase the standard of particularly high quality in detail. Optional or line-specific trim in the rear

The data are preliminary; the vehicle is not on sale yet. The stated figures are the measured “WLTP CO2 figures” in accordance with Article 2 No. 3 Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/1153. The fuel consumption figures were calculated based on these figures. Power consumption and range were determined on the basis of Commission Regulation (EU) No. 2017/1151.

bumper attractively rounds off the rearview. Three new paint finishes – spectral blue, high-tech silver and opaline white – have been added to the colour range.

Interior design: sporty touches thanks to the driver-centred design

The dashboard is divided into an upper and a lower section: into a wing-like section with new, flattened round vents reminiscent of aircraft engine nacelles, and into an opulent expanse of trim. The latter flows from the centre console to the dashboard without interruption. Driver-focus adds to the sportiness: the dashboard and central display are slightly tilted towards the driver by six degrees.

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The driver area features a high-resolution LCD screen. It is free-standing and appears to float in front of the wing profile and the expanse of trim. This sets the driver display apart from traditional cockpits with classic round dials. Customers have a choice between a 10.25-inch (26.0 cm) or a 12.3-inch (31.2 cm) version.

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The paradigm change to digitisation is also obvious in the central display: the vehicle functions can be controlled using the high-quality touchscreen. Its portrait orientation is particularly advantageous for navigation. The touchscreen likewise appears to float above the expanse of trim.

Like the dashboard, the screen is slightly tilted towards the driver. The central display has a screen diagonal of 9.5 inches (24.1 cm) as standard. A larger version measuring 11.9 inches or 30.2 cm is optionally available.

A high-quality chrome insert divides the centre console into a rear, padded section for the armrest and a front section in lustrous jet black. The seemingly free-floating central display rises smoothly and seamlessly from this three-dimensional surface.

The modern highly reduced design of door panels frames both ends of the dashboard. The door centre panel with an integrated armrest evolves from a vertical surface into a horizontal orientation. Reflecting the design of the centre console, the front section takes the form of a metallic high-tech element.

It can be used as a grab or closing handle and houses the power window controls. Another highlight is the floating control cluster, into which the door opener and seat adjustment controls are integrated.

The special design of the optional AVANTGARDE or sport seats of the new C-Class uses layers and enveloping surfaces to create a visual impression of lightness. The head restraints are a completely new design and are attached to the backrest with a sealed piece of trim under which the adjustment mechanism is located.

A dashboard covered with man-made leather and featuring nappa-look beltlines is available for the C-Class (optional equipment, standard with AMG Line). The range of available trim showcases innovative surfaces. These include new interpretations of open-pored veneers in brown tones and a black, open-pored wood veneer featuring fine inlays of genuine aluminium that follow the dashboard’s contours.

The driver display and media display offer a holistic, aesthetic experience. The look of the screens can be individualised with three display styles (Discreet, Sporty, Classic) and three modes (Navigation, Assistance, Service). In “Sporty”, for example, the colour red is predominant and the central rev counter has a dynamic design. If any of the lines are selected, the new C-Class is equipped with ambient lighting featuring optical fibres as standard.

Latest generation of MBUX: intuitively operated and learning

Like the new S-Class, the new C-Class is equipped with the second generation of MBUX (Mercedes-Benz User Experience). The vehicle interior becomes even more digital and intelligent, as both the hardware and software have made great strides: Brilliant images on the LCD screens make it easy to control vehicle and comfort functions.

The driver display and media display offer a holistic, aesthetic experience. The information is presented in a clearly structured way. Mercedes-Benz developed a new display aesthetic for the S-Class, which now is systematically used as the basis for other models.

The look of the screens can be individualised with three display styles (Discreet, Sporty, Classic) and three modes (Navigation, Assistance, Service).

  • In the “Classic” style, the driver is welcomed with a familiar display environment. The proven display with two tubes and changing content between them provide all the information relevant to the driver.
  • “Sporty” is dominated by the colour red, with the dynamic design of the central rev counter.
  • In the “Discreet” style, the content is reduced to what is essential. In addition, both screens can be shown in seven colour schemes with ambient lighting. This makes for an impressive colour experience in the interior.
  • In the new “Assistance Mode”, the traffic situation is shown in real-time and supplemented with the important displayed information.
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