<p>A true sense of direction.</p>

A true sense of direction.

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The new C-Class can keep its distance and maintain its course as and when necessary, keeping a watchful eye on both the approaching traffic behind and the pedestrians ahead at the next junction. It can assist the driver with braking when it really matters. And issue an alert if it detects driver drowsiness. This is the new C-Class with Mercedes-Benz Intelligent Drive. Innovative standard or optional driving assistance systems provide the driver with even more support than ever.
Touchpad

Touchpad

Integrated into the centre console hand rest of the new C-Class is the all-new touchpad control. It offers an incredibly easy, intuitive way to operate the various functions of your Audio 20 or COMAND Online system – whether you’re changing the music or searching for an address.

Head-up display.

The new heads-up display puts key driver information right where you want it – so you don’t have to take your eyes off the road, even for a moment. Optional with All Lines, this ingenious system projects a high-resolution colour image that appears directly in the driver’s line of vision. Depending on vehicle specification, this “floating” display can show information relating to navigation, speed, speed limits, and cruise control settings.

Head-up display.
Fascinating, elegant, intelligent.

Fascinating, elegant, intelligent.

The optional LED Intelligent Light System leaves a lasting impression. With its unmistakable design and low energy consumption. Above all, however, it further improves both visibility and safety. When turning and cornering it automatically adjusts the low-beam headlamps to suit the light and driving conditions.

Our four-camera principle.

The new C-Class with optional 360° camera system has four cameras rather than just two to monitor the car’s surroundings when parking and manoeuvring. It offers anall-round view and provides the driver with a clear image of the vehicle and its surroundings on the central display. Even obstacles beneath the window line can be detected.

Our four-camera principle.