Next-Generation Mercedes Benz C-Class interiors spied; all-set for Global Debut in 2021.

Mercedes Benz is planning to launch the Next-Gen C-Class sedan in 2021 globally. The Mercedes Benz C-Class has been in the market since 2014. The company gave a major facelift to this premium sedan in 2018. However, the brand is now planning to introduce an all-new Mercedes Benz C-Class. 2021 Mercedez Benz C-Class will take design inspiration from the latest A-Class sedan and E-Class facelift. Although it has been spied testing earlier, what we have for you here today are some spy shots of its interiors which have been leaked online. 

According to the spy photos, the next-gen Mercedez Benz C-Class gets completely revamped interiors. It is likely to get a new dashboard layout similar to the one found in the Mercedez Benz A-Class. It is speculated to get an all-digital instrument cluster. It gets the latest version of the MBUX infotainment system with all its AI and voice command systems. The infotainment system is integrated into the center console along with round-shaped air conditioning vents. Below the main touchscreen is a dedicated climate control unit. Another notable addition is the lowered touchscreen.

The new Mercedes Benz C-class will be based on MRA2 Architecture. Compared to its predecessor, it will be larger in size. The new model gets a sharper and flatter front end as compared to the previous generation. The larger grille and slimmer angular lights make it look more aggressive. 

The German luxury automaker is planning to launch the new-generation S-Class later this year. The company is expected to give a thorough interior upgrade by taking design inspiration from the Vision EQS. Mercedes-Benz will also introduce new powertrains with the upcoming model including a diesel hybrid, which will be restricted largely to the European countries.

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