With the new C-Class sedan revealed almost completely, our spy photographers were out and about looking for the station wagon lacking camo. Well, today was the day, as our spy shooters found the T model, as Mercedes likes to call it, totally free of camouflage as well. It was not a video or a photo shoot; rather, the Mercedes guys "forgot" to cover it up. They did cover it up later, but it was a little bit late by that time.
Unfortunately, our spy photographers managed to catch only the rear of the car, but even so, we could sport some elements never seen before. You can now clearly see the taillights that go all the way to the tailgate and give the new C-Class wagon a wider look, kind of like a smaller E-Class wagon. Rounding out the changes we can see are exhaust pipes that are integrated with the rear bumper.
Since the new C-Class will grow in dimensions when compared to its predecessor, we expect it to offer more interior room and increased cargo space.
The new Mercedes C-Class will be unveiled at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show.
The new-generation C-Class will borrow some design elements from the recently launched E-Class and S-Class, like the two-louver grille, new headlights, and the front and rear spoilers. Of course, it won’t be just another clone of the two models, but you will be able to notice some resemblance.
As for the rear, the model caught testing today reveals a new pair of taillights that go all the way into the tailgate and give the new C-Class wagon a wider look, just like a smaller E-Class wagon. Also, the exhaust pipes are integrated in the rear bumper.