2018 Mercedes C-Class facelift interior revealed

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2018 Mercedes C-Class facelift interior has been revealed by our colleagues from Carscoops. Their spy pictures show an updated dashboard.

Beyond the trim updates, the new C-Class facelift is bound to receive an all-new three spoke steering wheel with integrated touch controls, lifted from the new Mercedes E-Class. The central display also gets a new frame and seems to be more recessed compared to the current screen, though its positioning (at the top of the central console) remains unchanged.

Also new is the rotary controller of the COMMAND system. Spy pictures show a new layout with a larger touchpad area and side buttons. What is obviously missing from the pictured prototype though is the new dual screen layout with two 12,3-inch color displays. Expected to make an appearance on the C-Class after their launch on the new E-Class, they seem to have been postponed for the next generation C-Class instead.

Outside, Lovers of the current Mercedes design have absolutely nothing to fear. The design update applied to the C-Class seems to be very subtle: new bumpers and updated headlights with new LED layout.

Source: Carscoops.com

One Comment

  • Fred says:

    We have purchase our last two Mercedes new from the dealer. We may not purchase another due to the stupid IPad on the dash, and now this stupid nub of a shifter. The Mercedes is also sporty, but you can’t be sporty with that electric shifter! You saved no room, if I wanted room I would have purchased an SUV! Mercedes don’t make me look at those plain ole BMW’s or those Audi’s.WTH were you guys thinking adding that display? Did you guys forget after the car was built that you needed a display? We purchased a 2015 C250 Coupe only because it still had the old design. Don’t make me do this again. If Mercedes cares let’s see if they respond?