The first ever Mercedes C Class Cabriolet in the history has been unveiled at 2016 Geneva Motor Show. The elegant convertible 2-door luxury car completes the new C Class lineup.
The C Cabrio is not just a top-less version of the saloon. Mercedes’ designers have eliminated its rear doors and redesigned the rear end to align it with the stunning C Coupe. The horizontal LED taillights improves the aesthetics quite significantly.
The front end is pretty much identical to its sedan sibling save for a new bumper and diamond-pin detailing for the grille. The fabric roof takes a different form than the sedan’s regular hardtop, giving the Cabriolet a completely different appeal.
In terms of technology, the C Class Cabriolet gets Air Curtain technology which keeps the occupants from air turbulence during open-roof motoring. Rest of the equipment package has been derived from the regular C Class.
The Mercedes C Class Cabriolet is powered by a set of petrol and diesel engines. Petrol variants on offer include C 180, C 200 (4MATIC), C 250, C 300, C 400 4MATIC and C 43 4MATIC. Diesel engines on offer include C 220 d (4MATIC) and C 250 d. Below is a detailed spec sheet of each of the engine, its top speed, emissions, and fuel efficiency.