2015 C-Class Wagon (S205) Spotted With Aerodynamic Grille

2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Wagon S205 1 photo
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With porbably just weeks until the station wagon version of the all-new Mercedes-Benz C-Class finally gets revealed, various pre-production versions of the model in different stages of camouflage have started popping out all over Europe in recent weeks.
The latest one to be captured on video is what appears to be a fully-loaded version of the upcoming C-Class Wagon (Estate or T-Modell, depending on country, ed) S205, all while parked somewhere in Spain.

Unlike the car we showed you in yesterday's spy shots, this one is wearing quite a bit more camouflage at the rear, but we can still check out quite a few of details.

For example, this is the first pre-production prototype of the car that we see sporting the ingenious aerodynamic engine grille from the C-Class W205 sedan, with its powered vanes being automatically closed or opened depending on the engine's necessities.

Further more, you can see that this model is also fitted with the optional touchpad controller, not to mention the also optional head-up display system.

All in all, it looks like the Mercedes-Benz test driver who is in charge of this prototype doesn't exactly have the worst job in the world if you think about it for a minute.

Set to be unveiled sometime after the upcoming two major auto shows that are right around the block (2014 New York Auto Show and the Beijing Auto Show, ed), the new Mercedes-Benz C-Class Wagon S205 will be one of at least four different body versions of the new C-Class, so expect it to feature the exact same engine lineup as the sedan version.

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