The 2022 Mercedes-Benz C-Class has been snapped undisguised in a production facility.
A user posted this blurry, zoomed-in photo on Spanish website CocheSpias, showing a similar design language to the new S-Class flagship sedan unveiled earlier this week.
The all-new C-Class will replace the current model in 2022 – however, not seen before in the line-up is a C-Class All-Terrain wagon, which was spied testing in full camouflage.
This soft-roader C-Class wagon appears to have plastic wheel arch flares hidden under the vinyl camouflage, as well as raised suspension – both consistent with All-Terrain variants.
CarAdvice received the first reports of an All-Terrain version of the C-Class in October 2019.
It's likely the C-Class All-Terrain will share engines available in the rest of the range, but will only be offered with Mercedes' 4MATIC all-wheel-drive system.
A hybrid powertrain based on the company's updated MRA architecture is also likely.
The 2022 Mercedes-Benz C-Class is expected to be officially announced in September 2021.