The 2014 Mercedes-Benz C-Class was seen heavily disguised undergoing testing at various locations. The future Mercedes C-Class was highly camouflaged, revealing little details of the forthcoming model. But if the panels are any indication, look for a slightly more oval grille along with headlights similar to those found on the current CLS.
Under the hood, it’s still too early to predict what will be powering the 2014 C-Class, although an expanded range of hybrid options (both petrol and diesel) is pretty much guaranteed. Another focus for Mercedes will be improving efficiency across the board – possibly with four-cylinder variants with the capability of running on two-cylinders when possible.
What sets this set of spy photos apart however, is the addition of a heavily disguised interior photo. The photo shows a new large display between the speedo and the rev meter. The prototype is like a small lab with all the cables and laptop on the passenger seat though, so it is far to early to take any design cues.
We’ll keep you posted as new details are revealed; in the meantime, view the video of the C-Class testing in Dubai and hit the gallery for more spy shots of the 2014 Mercedes C-Class.
Thanks to Andrus and GMotors.co.uk for the tip and photos and Jimmy for the video.