2014 Mercedes C-Class Caught Less Disguised in Spain

The next-generation Mercedes C-Class (W205) has been testing for a while now and here we have the first spy shots taken in Spain, showing the prototype with less camouflage. Engineers are also continuing to test prototypes with the old black camouflage, though the prototype now has new exhaust tips compared to our previous shots.

The prototypes now have a black and white front and rear end, revealing more details of the shape and the new design of the next generation C-Class.

Engine details are limited, but expect to see a wide range of petrol and diesel units, as well as a new hybrid and an eight-speed automatic transmission.

The new C-Class is expected to make its debut in late 2013 and eventually will be available at first as a saloon, followed by estate, coupe and convertible.


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