The 2018 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Units Come Out of the Shadows
on Mar 07, 2017 05:45 AM EST
Daimler AG's Mercedes-Benz division is in the middle of something big. Its C-Class prototypes have been sighted roaming around with its cover down.
Considering that the C-Class brands are already three years old, Mercedes-Benz may have decided to jumpstart an upgrade. The sedan and the coupe models have been spotted getting a face lift.
The 2018 Mercedes-Benz C-Class automobiles have been found to don a new multi-beam LED headlight package. Unlike the ones observed during last year's demo, the unit has a couple more vertical emitting devices positioned at the end corners of the light assembly.
According to the German automaker, the process uses four main frames that will assess the best light projection a hundred times per second. Being highlighted in the process is the prominent hood lighting and the badge-minus grille.
The presence of an Adaptive High Beam Assist Plus in the 2018 Mercedes-Benz C-Class units reinforces the main glow light projection on the road in order to make the illumination more precise. In addition, light brightness is carefully managed or distributed thus limiting the glare during oncoming traffic.
It is perceived that the new LED spotlights will have an extra role. The beams will likely assume a Night View Assist approach which will help drivers detect moving figures under subpar lighting conditions.
Meantime at the rear, the brake lights have a quick-flashing capability which will be instrumental during emergency situations. These signal accessories become very vital when sudden braking occurs. In terms of form, the oval-shaped accessories have given way to the lanky ones.
With regards to the engines, the 2018 Mercedes-Benz C-Class units are highly likely to get a turbo-charged gas and diesel machines. It is probable that the upcoming automobiles will be installed with four or six-cylinder motors.
The word is also out that Mercedes-Benz will be putting the new inline-six mill engines under the hoods of the German manufacturer's forthcoming units. If this development will materialize, the C-Class will be the first segment to assume the component in almost two decades.