|Rear view looks similar to the previous model|
The central air intake opens out upwards in a V-shape, forming a visual base unit for the radiator grille. Beneath the headlamps, sections blend into the feature lines along the vehicle flanks, linking the front section with the sides.
The side air inlets in the bumper are now positioned low down, giving the car a more road-hugging appearance.
|C Class Estate|
|rear view of the c estate|
The halogen headlamps are arranged in such a way that low beam is on the outside and high beam on the inside.
The chemistry is accomplished by indicators which are neatly arranged in the outer corner formed with the front wing.
|panoramic roof on the coupé|
The tail lights are even more neatly integrated into the rear section by a continuous covering lens. They look more or less similar to the previous model design. All the models come with aluminium made ‘skeleton’ and bonnet that provide a rigid body work that is light.
|A great combination|
|C class front grill|
The instrument cluster changes continue into the front passenger side while the central, trapezoidal air vents and the round vents on the outside are by galvanised trim.
|Rear of the coupé|