The upcoming C-Class facelift has been spotted once again being tested on public roads. First seen by our spies last February 2017, the D-segment sedan now sports a slightly camouflaged front and rear, along with a tweaked interior.
Beginning with the exterior, it looks the C-Class update will have a new face and rear. While we're not exactly sure yet as to what Mercedes-Benz did to alter the look, it appears that it may have a similar design with the Mercedes-AMG C63 refresh which was also spotted some months ago.
All in all, do expect to see a revised set of headlights, a reshaped front bumper along with updated taillights and rear bumper.
Apart from that, our insiders were also able to get a peek inside the upcoming 2018 C-Class. Based on the image, the C-Class update may get a new trackpad on the center console, along with a new instrument panel.
As for its engines, it's highly likely that the 2018 C-Class will still be available with a wide array of gasoline- and diesel-powered engines. Beside the four-cylinder mills, a new inline-six may replace the older V6s.