Mercedes-Benz C-Class Will Arrive After 2024
The Chief operating officer (COO) of Mercedes-Benz, Markus Schafer, says the hybrid equivalent to the premium Mercedes-Benz C-Class Will Arrive After 2024.
The EQC SUV is to be joined this year with the EQA crossover and the EQB Compact SUV, which will broaden its range of electric vehicles. EQE and EQS are to be published later this year, similar to the E-Class and S-Class.
While both C-class and C-class share the MRA platform, Schafer pointed out the option of using the current MEA platform that supports EQS, rather than implementing the new MMA platform for the venture, as an equivalent of the future electric C-class.
“This car meets the current demand, which we feel is high from a loyal customer base throughout the world. Schafer said. We offer several EQA, EQB, and EQC vehicles simultaneously, and the EQS and EQE are available in the coming months so a vast range of vehicles is available.
While it is anticipated that the new sixth-generation Mercedes-Benz C-Class will soon be placed on our market, no official confirmation was made of its EV equivalent. However, Mercedes has implemented its EQ electrical submarine in India with the launch of the EQC SUV last year (ex-showroom, India).
The launch of 15 models in 2021, including the A-Class Limousine, GLA, S-Class, and AMG GT Black Series has also been confirmed by Mercedes-Benz India.