- Will be underpinned by the MRA II platform
- Expected to arrive in 2021
- All-Wheel drive and diesel power
- Will have at least one hybrid version
Mercedes is looking to fill every niche possible in its line up and now word has spread that the German automaker will introduce an All-Terrain version for its next generation C-Class sedan. The idea of an All-Terrain model is to marry the versatility of an estate car with go-anywhere ability of an SUV/Crossover.
In this photo, we can see that the C-Class All-Terrain will follow in the footsteps of its elder sibling the E-Class All Terrain (showcased at the 2018 Auto Expo). The essence of the estate design has not been lost and the chunky wheels, raised ground clearance and Mercedes SUV style bumper give the car a purposeful look.
This car is expected to arrive in 2021 and will be underpinned by the MRA II platform that will be used in the next-generation C-Class. There’s expected to be petrol and diesel powered models thatw ill have AWD as standard but we can also expect at least one hybrid powered C-Class All-Terrain model.