Since the C-Class is one of the most important models for the automaker, they will not experiment too much with the design, but it still needs to look dynamic and sporty to give both the Audi
A4 and the BMW
3-Series a good fight. The new C-Class will not only be offered with various gasoline and diesel engines, but a hybrid variant for the first time as well. Set to arrive in 2014 is the sedan, followed by the wagon six months later. About one year after that we will see coupe and convertible versions. And the new C-Class will be produced in the US as well, alongside the GL and M-Class at the automaker's Tuscaloosa County, Alabama facility.