Check Out 2019 Mercedes Benz C-Class Semi Autonomous Tech

The 2019 Mercedes Benz C-Class is getting some updated semi-autonomous tech, and here's a rundown of what to expect.

Check Out 2019 Mercedes Benz C-Class Semi Autonomous Tech

The 2019 Mercedes C-Class is upping its game with semi-autonomous driving technology.

Cosmetically, the C-Class will get a facelift to bring the big Mercedes symbol to the front grille while also getting a redesign rear bumper. The headlights will also come as standard LEDs, finally catching up with home decor technology from practically a decade ago.

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Those LEDs don’t just end at the head and tail lamps. There’s an optional intelligent light system with High-Performance headlamps and Ultra Wide high beams to go along with them too.

The wheels are standard 17-inches with twin five-spoke rims, and 2019 also brings two all-new exterior color options for the C-Class: Mojave Silver Metallic and Emerald Green Metallic. If you want to stand out among executive cars, metallic green will definitely make a statement.


Trim levels start to diverge more when you get inside the car. The base level comes with a five and a half inch center console that you can upgrade to seven or 10.25 inches depending on how much you want to spend. The gauges are all on a 12.3-inch screen which comes with three display options: Classic, Sport, and Progressive. The center console can also switch between said options, allowing you to customize your digital interaction with the car.

The driver’s hands will grip an all-new leather steering wheel with center console touchpad and haptic feedback which should mostly eliminate the need for the driver to take their hands off the wheel.

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All the impressive technology that Mercedes unveiled on the larger E-Class will now make their way to the C-Class, along with Active Lane Change Assist, Active Emergency Stop Assist. Real-time updating GPS gives the C-Class the last ingredient it needs to implement a semi-autonomous drive mode which allows the car to stay in its lane and handle curves and bends without slamming into the guide rail.

But as with all driver-assist technology, don’t rely on it entirely. There’s a ton of smashed Teslas to attest to that truism.

The C-Class makes its world debut at the Geneva Auto Show in March and is expected to go on sale in the fourth quarter.


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