/First Look At 2011 Mercedes C-Class Facelift

First Look At 2011 Mercedes C-Class Facelift

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These drawings which appear to be scanned off a magazine or something reveal how the new, facelifted Mercedes C Class of 2011 will look like, although they are not yet confirmed by the officials. For an uninterested eye the car looks pretty much the same as before, but if you look closer you notice the new headlights that are inspired by the E Class, and the new front bumper, which resembles that of the new Mercedes CLS.

Also at the back, the whole diffuser unit seems to inspired by the current SL-Class. So the car is in fact a mishmash of different bits from other Mercedes models, but the C Class is a handsome car and these changes will only make it better. The interior is also changed drastically and looks more similar to other cars of the current range.

Mercedes has let go of the sliding screen for the 2011 C Class and gives it a conventional one like the one you get in the E Class. The design and ergonomy of the new dashboard is also improved significantly. The current Mercedes C Class has always been criticized for the rubbish quality of the interior materials, but as Mercedes promised earlier, this will not be the case with the 2011 model.

Obviously the 2011 C Class will get a range of upgraded four and six-cylinder engines with BlueEfficiency technology, but the one we’re interested in is the V8 of the C63 AMG, which according to some reports won’t be the current 6.3 liter and the car will get the same 5.5 liter Biturbo as the new S63.

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via: MBpassion

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