Spyshots: 2011 Mercedes-Benz C-Klasse Facelift

2011 Mercedes-Benz C-Klasse Facelift spyshots2011 Mercedes-Benz C-Klasse Facelift spyshots2011 Mercedes-Benz C-Klasse Facelift spyshots2011 Mercedes-Benz C-Klasse Facelift spyshots
The current incarnation of the Mercedes C-Klasse has been with us since 2007. The vehicle has plenty to offer, but it is time for a change. This is why the German automotive producer is working on a facelift for the medium-sized saloon.

As the project is in an advanced stage, we were filled with excitement, so we decided to get a preview of the model. All said and done: we sent our team of spy photographers to shoot the vehicle and so they did. Now, we are offering you a set of spy images that show the vehicle wearing less camouflage that in the previous sessions.

The front of the vehicle will be fitted with redesigned headlights, a revised front bumper and a new bonnet, while the rear will get a reworked bumper and fresh taillights.

The revamp will also target the interior of the car, but there won’t be any important changes in this area. The current five-speed automatic gearbox will be replaced by an optional seven-speed one.

As for the engine range, this will also be refreshed, but, just like the interior, it won’t receive major modifications.

The facelifted Mercedes C-Klasse will have its premiere at the Detroit Motor Show in January 2011. The event will also see the company introduce a new member of the C-Klasse family. We are talking about the C-Klasse coupe. This will replace both the CLK and the CLC models. The coupe’s AMG series will allow Mercedes to offer a direct competitor for the BMW M3.
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