Here Are The 2019 Mercedes C-Class, Which Will Be Introduced in Geneva Motor Show 2018. The Best-selling Mercedes, class C offers a makeover to face the second part of his life in the best possible arrangements.
It is a firework of novelties that awaits visitors to the Mercedes booth of the Geneva Fair which opens its doors to professionals in two weeks, Tuesday, March 6. The company’s product offensive to the star will be marked by the revelation of the exclusive 4-door Mercedes AMG-GT coupe, the presentation of the last generations of Class A and class G but also of the 2019 Mercedes C-Class Facelift. Already in its fifth year of production, 2019 Mercedes C-Class benefits from a refresher, with the aim of upgrading it in terms of technology but also to prepare for the imminent arrival of the new BMW 3 series, its main competitor. The Mercedes sedan, which has still seduced 415 000 customers around the world last year, is quietly evolving in style. Connoisseurs will notice a retouched front and marked by a shield and redesigned spotlights. The latter now incorporate Multibeam LED technology.
2019 Mercedes C-Class Interior & Equipment
Of technology, this is largely the case with this class C which welcomes the latest developments in this area, so far devolved to the high-end models. This is how class C now has an optional digital instrumentation and a rectangular-sized central tablet. Comfort can now be based on the “Energizing comfort” system combining air conditioning with ventilation and the seat massage program. What will change the daily life of class C drivers reviewed and corrected is also the adoption of the security systems reserved so far in Mercedes E Class and class S. Class C is configured to accept autonomous driving devices, in particular, the “Active Distance Assist Distronic” which is capable of autonomously managing the progress of the car in traffic but also of anticipating a vehicle in Approaching at a crossroads. New C-Class finally embarks on other aids such as the active Lane Change assist and the active emergency Stop assist.
A review of the range of engines accompanies the mid-career facelift of class C but it will be necessary to wait for the Geneva fair to know the details.