Expect a New Mercedes-Benz C Class

You might have heard the third letter of each Mercedes SUV model’s model name in sequence, i.e. AMG, V12, S-Class, XS, and C-Class. You may also have seen that the last three letters in each model name corresponds to the model s non-SUV variants. For example, the largest Mercedes SUV available is the GLS, which stands for the Gran Turismo Sport. It is a spacious car that is almost exactly the same length as the longest non-suicide saloon, at 5.2 meters (or 17 feet). It is a huge car that is almost twice as long as the biggest Bentley.

The GLS features a more powerful engine, a mid-engine with four litres (or 5.4 litres), and a design that is much more aerodynamic than its saloon siblings. The glc has a smoother lower face and a slightly higher roof than its e-class and luxury versions. The gla has a smooth top that flows gracefully over its elegantly contoured road-seat.

Another member of Mercedes’ luxurious S-class family is the new Mercedes-Benz E Class. It is smaller than many SUVs, but it is no less seductive and elegant. It shares the same platform as the new Mercedes-Benz C Class type. It has been given a variety of innovations and improvements, such as larger, narrower doors, higher ride heights, bigger and more efficient front air vents and side air vents, and a wider body-frame. The E Class features an estate based interior, rather than a sports-oriented one, as the sedans of the same class do. The E Class also has a more luxurious and roomy interiors than the E Class models of both the previous generations.

The all-new Mercedes-Benz E Class is built on the new Mercedes-Benz C-class platform, and like its saloon sibling, comes with a variety of benefits. It shares the same platform as the new C-Class models of the last generation, meaning that it shares the same safety features and good features list as well. It also has plenty of space. Compared to other midsize sedans, the E Class has a spacious passenger compartment. Its safety features are not compromised in any way.

The standard E Class has received a few upgrades since it was first launched. A new generation of Mercedes-Benz E Class SUVs have been added to the lineup, each offering something a little different. New for the generation is the Mercedes-Benz S-Class that offers up a little less practicality with its Sport Selection trim, but for sure a lot more style. The base S Class continues to offer up its functional and reliable charms. If you need a family sedan that’s good for daily commutes, safe to drive on a hilly terrain, and comfortable to boot, the new E Class is probably going to be a good bet.

For those wanting something a bit more upscale, there is finally the all-new B Class that will debut in late 2021. Expect the biggest change with this SUV model, as it replaces the current Mercedes-Benz C-Class. Expect the best suvs from Mercedes, with features such as twin-turbocharged V-max engines, alloy wheels, and front-seat passenger and cargo space modifications.

Expect to see luxury versions of all the Mercedes-Benz models that currently grace the streets. The new AMG Mercedes-Benz C-Class will feature four doors that open directly onto the driver and passenger area. Other models in the future should feature door-mounted interiors that allow access to all passenger areas – including the rear. Expect the C-Class to carry over the reputation of luxury SUVs such as the Mercedes-Benz E Class and S-Class.

With the introduction of the all-new C-Class, expect the S-Class to carry on the tradition started by the E Class. With a variety of fuel types available to Mercedes-Benz vehicles, the S-Class will feature two types of engines under the hood: the 2.0l turbo inline-4 gas engine that puts out a maximum of 401 hp and twin-turbocharged V-max engines that pump out an extra eight horses. Expect the new C-Class to offer up a bit of everything. High quality interiors, great ride and handling, plenty of power, and high levels of safety should be a part of each model. Look for more details on the new Mercedes-Benz C-Class on our web site.