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Mercedes-Benz C-Class All-Terrain Rumored, Might Debut In 2022

Mercedes-Benz C-Class All-Terrain Rumored, Might Debut In 2022

After reshaping their compact range with the introduction of the new-gen A-Class, Mercedes-Benz now has its eyes on the larger C-Class lineup.

Currently in development, the next generation of the brand’s BMW 3-Series and Audi A4 rival won’t get as many members as its smaller siblings (GLA, GLB, A-Class Hatch, Sedan, CLA, B-Class and probably others). However, there have been talks about a possible C-Class All-Terrain, brought forward by AutoBild, although no source has been provided.

Also Watch: Is Mercedes’ E-Class All-Terrain 4×4² Prototype As Badass As It Looks?

Believed to debut in 2022, one year after the all-new C-Class Sedan is said to be presented, the model will build on the success of the E-Class All-Terrain, albeit in a smaller package.

Poised to address the Audi A4 Allroad problem, such a version of the C-Class will arrive in a station wagon body style, with a jacked up suspension and plastic cladding all around, if it gets approved for production that is. And if given the green light, then it will use some of the engines found in the next-gen C-Class, whose output will be channeled to both axles via the 4Matic AWD system.

2022 is also the year when the upcoming Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate is expected to be unveiled, likely preceding the rumored rugged derivative. It will then be joined by the Coupe variant, whereas the Cabriolet could arrive in 2023.

Note: Mercedes-Benz E-Class All-Terrain pictured

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May 18, 2018 at 04:00PM


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