2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cabriolet spied for the first time

The next-generation Mercedes-Benz C-Class saloon has been spied a few times already and we are still waiting for the first estate prototypes to hit the road.

Instead, we are bringing you the very first pictures of the all-new C-Class Cabrio that was caught entering the factory in South Germany.

The carbon fibre roof is fake, hiding a soft top. The prototype also has side mirrors on the door not on the A-pillar like we saw on the saloon. The rear is also different with a lower deck lid and it looks like it is also a bit wider than the saloon.

Engine line-up is expected to carry over largely from the new saloon/estate.

The C-Class Cabrio development is still in early stages so check back soon for more revealing photos.


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