The exterior of the new Mercedes-Benz C-Class is exposed, using the same interior as the S-Class

Some time ago, a new generation of Mercedes-Benz S-Class was launched in China, priced from 822,800. Both the appearance and the interior of the new S-Class are controversial. Some people think it has improved, and some people think it has regressed. But no matter what, this is an S-class, and it is estimated that those who buy it will not care about these things.

The S-class has just been upgraded, and the E-class has also been updated in the middle of last year. The A-class has also been updated last year. In addition to the tepid B-class, the C-class, which accounts for the majority of sales, has unknowingly been sold in the market for 6 years. . Although the appearance is not out of date, in the car family, the C-class obviously seems to be the least technologically sensitive one, without even dual screens.

Previously, Mercedes-Benz has announced that it will release a new generation of Mercedes-Benz C-class sedan on the 23rd. What will the new Mercedes-Benz C-Class look like? According to Mercedes-Benz’s habits, it is estimated to be a reduced version of the E-Class.

But what I never expected is that the new C-Class will adopt the same interior design as the S. This is clearly visible in the promotional video exposed in advance on the Internet.

The new C-Class has a more rounded appearance than the current model, and the headlights and taillights are exactly the same as the new E and S.

The initial observation of the interior is actually the same as the S-class. The only difference is that the new C-class still insists on using a circular air-conditioning outlet. After seeing the S-class interior, you still have to adapt to this new combination.

As for the powertrain, Mercedes-Benz officially said that the new C-Class will be the first fully-electrically vaporized model. This means that all versions have a motor that can provide 20 horsepower. The gasoline engine has 1.5T 170 horsepower, 2.0T 204 horsepower and 258 horsepower, which are respectively placed on the C180, C200 and C300 models.

how to say? After all, Mercedes-Benz is still a Mercedes-Benz, no matter how it looks, many people will buy it. Now I can only hope that the C200 will retain the 2.0T engine after domestic production.