We thought it was a car made to storm the highway, but doesn’t it fit well with the cityscape of a dynamic metropolis? A talented young photographer proved it in his latest photo session with the Mercedes-Benz C 300 Coupe AMG Line taking center stage.
The Mercedes-Benz C 300 Coupe AMG Line seems to be a part of the city half built by Antoni Gaudi. GF Williams took the Benz to Barcelona and planted the beautifully shaped coupe right in front of the world-famous Sagrada Familia. Outside the Passion Side of the Catalan basilica, the cherry-red Mercedes mirrors the eight immense towers still under construction and the cranes inching it closer to the clear autumn sky of the coastal city.
Meant to be completed in 2026, the basilica stands against time, like the C-Class is defying history with decades-long tradition.
The Barcelona experience is just an episode of the 7-day road trip from Porto to Stuttgart. 3335 kilometers, over 50 hours of driving, 7 countries in 7 days are the figures of the amazingly adventurous road trip.
“It was nice to have a petrol engine for the nice noises it made, especially when changing gear in sport + mode”, says the photographer. He enjoyed the gadgets inside the car just as much as its design: “First of all, the lane keep assist and the steering assist are both great on long drives to help make the driving a little easier. Then add the radar cruise control and the car actually feels like it’s driving itself at times”, he tells mesmerized by the Benz.
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