Import to the US is still, unfortunately, unlikely.
Months ahead of its scheduled debut, the first images of Mercedes-Benz's brand-new C-Class wagon have just been released by the company. And despite all the love that the sedan version of the car has been receiving here, it still looks like MB doesn't plan on bringing it to our shores. The beautiful wagon will be offered, in Europe at least, with a host of engine choices, including four-, six- and eight-cylinder units, with diesels and even a possible hybrid also expected.
The eight-cylinder engine will star in the future C63 AMG variant, which will join the upcoming high-performance sedan, coupe and convertible. The C-Class wagon offers improved interior and cargo space over the outgoing model, in addition to a 40:20:40 split folding rear seat. The C's chassis is almost 50-percent aluminum based, and the car will be the first to feature Mercedes' new Connect Me software. Pricing should be released during the C-Class's official debut in September.