In a very, very short initial set of impressions, it already sounds like the all-new 2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class is going to give its competition a bit of a headache right out of the gate.
That's because from the sounds of a Google translated Autobild story, the all-new C brings a lot to the table.
It seems as though Mercedes doesn't want the C to be a run-of-the-mill sedan anymore.
That's because, according to the story, you can now option it with an air suspension and its interior gets a more high-tech infotainment display that can be operated like an Apple iPhone — touch, pinch to decrease/increase zoom, swipe, etc.
Although it's not a surprise that the new C will follow in the steps of the competition with adjustable driving dynamics — Agility Control will have five modes — it sounds like the C gave Autobild a helluva shock because it is extremely comfy when you want it to be, or it can transform into what loosely translates into "AMG light." Sounds pretty optimal to me.
In addition, other highlights include the C dropping 100 pounds of flubber.
Though I've highlighted the important bits of the very brief impressions, feel free to explore the whole thing yourself by clicking "Read Article" below.