All will be revealed either at the North American International Autoshow (NAIA) in January, or the Geneva Motorshow in March. Mercedes-Benz announced its replacement in the release for the last C-Class (the W203 Series) being built at its Sindelfingen factory (pictured).
Sindelfingen has produced over 630,000 units of C-class, making it in the best-selling C-Class ever made. In Singapore, the C-Class’ are put together in East London, South Africa, but production is likely to cease there as well.
If you want to catch a glimpse of the new C-Class, you’ll have to wait until the Detroit Motorshow opens at the first week of January.
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