2018 Mercedes-Benz C-Class prototype was recently spied with light camouflage treatments on the front and rear ends of the sedan, with the front end appearing to be the greatest attention for this lightweight refresh.
2018 Mercedes Benz C Class Coupe Body
The 2018 Mercedes-Benz C-Class wore an old grille, old headlight units, and a prototype janky bumper that left more to the imagination than it alluded to the future design. However, with this new cycle, the C-Class is sporting a new grid that is mainly chrome with three horizontal blades that are crossed by a straight middle. It is empty of a Mercedes Mercedes emblem, but that has been replaced by a unit mounted on the hood. The new grill also gives way to a new form of lighthouse that does not have that concave inner edge and looks more like home with the front. With regard to the layout of the lens, there are now two vertical LED units in the outer corners and a base of the projector towards the center. The LEDs have been moved from the bottom of the lens to the top edge where they follow the upper and inner edge contours before terminating at the bottom inside corner. It is certainly a fresh look. Unfortunately, the front fascia still hides the last changes we expect, but there is more to talk around back.
The latest C-class prototype has the configurable digital instrument combination found in the current 2018 Mercedes-Benz C-Class models range. This unit extends on the central stack where it integrates the infotainment screen. Yes, it looks like the slightly awkward screen found in the current C class, which seems as if it has been nailed to the dashboard, is set to be replaced.
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2018 Mercedes Benz C Class Coupe Engine
Like the facelifted sedan, the coupe will also replace the current 2.1 liter diesel engine of the current C 220 d and C 250 d models for a new 2.0-liter unit. However, the 2.0-liter gasoline engine that is used in the C 200 and C 300 will remain. The performance variants of the Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe 2018, the Mercedes-AMG C 43 4Matic Coupe and C 63 Coupe, will also retain their 3.0-liter six-cylinder and 4.0-liter V8 turbo engines, which produce up to 469bhp And 503bhp, respectively.
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2018 Mercedes Benz C Class Price and Release Date
Expect minor changes to range and inflation to push Mercedes’ starting price to two-door C-Class up to a small amount. It currently starts at £ 32,280 for the C 200 entry, with the AMG range opening at £ 46,280 for the C 43.