Better start getting used to it.
Whether you are into the four-door coupe trend or not, by this point you should have come to terms with the fact that it has caught on and will continue to breed new models like rabbits. As such, the next company expected to unveil one is Mercedes-Benz, who holds bragging rights for inventing the segment with the CLS way back in 2004. The next planned model, based on the new C-Class and slotting in just above the CLA, should be just around the corner now that most of the C-Class family has been unveiled.
According to most rumors, this car is expected to be called the CLC. It will rival other direct German competitors like the Audi A5 Sportback (still on sale in most of the world) and BMW 4-Series Gran Coupe. So what will this four-door coupe C-Class look like? If you ask Theophilus Chin, it should depart slightly from the look of current Mercedes four-door coupes, adding a third lateral window to differentiate it from the smaller CLA. While we aren't sure that this will be the final outcome, this should give you an idea of what will soon be on offer. Is this the way Mercedes should be going, or should it just stick to the good things it already has?