Think of the Mercedes-Benz F800 concept shown in Geneva last year?
That was the car everyone is so committed to an example of the second generation of the CLS four-door coupe, “but then the whole concept proved too small for a CLS based on the E-Class sedan to . Instead, the F800 Mercedes’ plan, the four-door coupe design further expand its lineup to the bottom – the C-Class family.
Company insiders have told us that they are looking for as many kilometers from the C-class platform architecture, as they can get. Currently, only a sedan sold in the U.S., but Mercedes will soon launch C-class coupe and convertible, both come here.
Assuming that the C-Class four-door coupe makes the cut, it can be sold under the CLC before the Euro-only C-Class used hatch. AMG four-door version of the CLC would almost a certainty, as in Benz’s performance division managers have told us that they always want the portfolio of high-performance compact offerings.
This is an artist best guesses about what might look like the CLC-Class sedan, based on the current Mercedes design language. What do you think … , The C-Class family for a four-door coupe (a la Volkswagen CC) or Benz trying to cut the line too fine?