Back in February the next generation Mercedes C-Class has been caught testing for the first time during winter conditions. And now our spy photographers caught the car testing one more time, except that now they have also snapped a picture of the interior. As you can see the next C-Class will get the Ipad looking display for infotainment and Sat-Nav on top of the dash.
Like with most of the all new Mercedes models, the next C-Class will also benefit from the round SLS look-alike air-outlets. A bigger panoramic roof will also be offered with the Magic-Sky option.
Under the hood Mercedes will place both petrol and diesel engines, but a hybrid version will also be offered for the first time. The current seven-speed automatic gearbox will be replaced by a new nine-speeds one.
The next C-Class will be initially offered as a sedan, with a station wagon to follow six months later. A coupe and a convertible will also be offered, and, for the first time, Mercedes will offer a MST variant.
MST stands for Midsize Sports Tourer and will be a crossing between Wagon and Van or, in just another words a smaller version of the R-Class.
The 2014 C-Class will be produced in the US as well, at the Alabama plant alongside the GL and ML-Class.