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by Mark Jordan | July 12,2013
Yesterday we near Sindelfingen briefly again to discover Prototypes of the upcoming C-Class,which are still on the road to test drive.
The new C-Class of the W 205 model comes only in 2014 for the premiere,we currently expect the world premiere at the NAIAS 2014 in Detroit - so in early January.One of the highlights of the new generation C-Class - which will keep standard design of the new S-Class,include Airmatic DC - air suspension of the Mercedes-Benz,which is the first time in this vehicle category in the program.The C-Class is pre-equipped with automatic transmission 7G,which is later replaced by the 9G transmission.9G comes to current information for the first time in the E-Class.
AIR BALANCE in the C-Class
Other options of the vehicle as well be the AIR BALANCE package which is already known from the new S-Class,as there is live traffic information for the COMAND Online.In the interior it is - give as in the upper-class a analog clock,as well as had an active track package,Active Blind Spot Assist and the Active Parking Assist and Distronic PLUS and COLLISION PREVENTION ASSIST.Likewise,a rear-end collision warning system in the 205 series is the first time offered.
Burmester sound system in the 205 series
Mercedes-Benz will expand the list of features but basically the C-Class.Additional equipment packages are HANDS-FREE ACCESS,remote boot lid locking system,keyless start,4-way lumbar support,and Keyless Go. The sound system will also be available by Burmester in the C-Class now.However,Mercedes-Benz is likely to continue to DVD,Blueray is currently not in sight.LED Intelligent Light System ILS is,however,also be ordered in the C-Class.
By the way,head-up display (HUD) is also in the C-Class - albeit at an additional cost.The S-Class receives with change of model year 2015 to 2014,the HUD the way just as the new 9G-gear (which comes in the CLS and ML / GL and others).
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