The 2014 Mercedes-Benz C-Class might be up for a debut in January at the Detroit Auto Show, but here's a video that shows the car in all its 3D glory. Humster3D has put together this video based on spyshots and artist renders.
The 2014 C-Class looks like it has borrowed a lot of styling cues from its bigger sibling, the S-Class. That isn't necessarily a bad thing, as the 2014 S-Class looks every bit beautiful. Besides, after seeing the latest A-Class and the CLA Class, the C-Class' design isn't a surprise.
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It had been earlier confirmed that the C-Class will go on sale in August next year. The saloon will be followed by Coupe and Convertible versions towards the beginning of 2015. A plug-in hybrid variant is also expected shortly after this.
Mercedes-Benz will manufacture close to 100,000 units of the C-Class each year at its Tuscaloosa plant in Alabama. The company will reveal the car on the web on the 16th of this month prior to its Detroit outing.
You can read up more about the C-Class by visiting its archive page.