Design


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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate: Saloon and Estate were developed and styled at the same time. The combination rear end was from the outset an integral part of the overall design concept, evolving out of the flowing lines of the side section and consistently continuing them.
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate: Saloon and Estate were developed and styled at the same time. The combination rear end was from the outset an integral part of the overall design concept, evolving out of the flowing lines of the side section and consistently continuing them.
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate: Saloon and Estate were developed and styled at the same time. The combination rear end was from the outset an integral part of the overall design concept, evolving out of the flowing lines of the side section and consistently continuing them.
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate: Saloon and Estate were developed and styled at the same time. The combination rear end was from the outset an integral part of the overall design concept, evolving out of the flowing lines of the side section and consistently continuing them.
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate: Saloon and Estate were developed and styled at the same time. The combination rear end was from the outset an integral part of the overall design concept, evolving out of the flowing lines of the side section and consistently continuing them.
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate: Saloon and Estate were developed and styled at the same time. The combination rear end was from the outset an integral part of the overall design concept, evolving out of the flowing lines of the side section and consistently continuing them.
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate: Saloon and Estate were developed and styled at the same time. The combination rear end was from the outset an integral part of the overall design concept, evolving out of the flowing lines of the side section and consistently continuing them.
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate: Saloon and Estate were developed and styled at the same time. The combination rear end was from the outset an integral part of the overall design concept, evolving out of the flowing lines of the side section and consistently continuing them.
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate: Saloon and Estate were developed and styled at the same time. The combination rear end was from the outset an integral part of the overall design concept, evolving out of the flowing lines of the side section and consistently continuing them.
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate: Mercedes designer Jürgen Bollmann (top left) and his colleagues were the ones who gave shape to the new Estate. Their work on a 1:4 model represented an important step on the way to thefinal styling approval.
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate: Already the first sketches by the designers at Mercedes presented the significantly steeper slope in the combination rear end of the new

Estate, which is thus able to offer greater loading volume than its predecessor.
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate: The so-called powerwall is where the styling and dimensional conception of the new Estate were brought into line with each other. The computer allows a virtual full-scale view.
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate: The colours and trim parts as well as the seat coverings and door trims were carefully coordinated. Each of the lines of the new Estate has its own concept of colours and materials.
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate: Professor Peter Pfeiffer (left), Senior Vice President Design, and Karl-Heinz Bauer (right), Head of Design of Passenger Cars Programme Management & Operations, discussing the first Estate design sketches at the powerwall.
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate: Saloon and Estate were developed and styled at the same time. The combination rear end was from the outset an integral part of the overall design concept, evolving out of the flowing lines of the side section and consistently continuing them.
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate: Saloon and Estate were developed and styled at the same time. The combination rear end was from the outset an integral part of the overall design concept, evolving out of the flowing lines of the side section and consistently continuing them.
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate: Saloon and Estate were developed and styled at the same time. The combination rear end was from the outset an integral part of the overall design concept, evolving out of the flowing lines of the side section and consistently continuing them.
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate, design
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate, design
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate, design
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate, design
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate, design
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate: Already the first sketches by the designers at Mercedes presented the significantly steeper slope in the combination rear end of the new

Estate, which is thus able to offer greater loading volume than its predecessor.
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate, design
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate: Already the first sketches by the designers at Mercedes presented the significantly steeper slope in the combination rear end of the new

Estate, which is thus able to offer greater loading volume than its predecessor.
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate: The so-called powerwall is where the styling and dimensional conception of the new Estate were brought into line with each other. The computer allows a virtual full-scale view.
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate, design
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate: Already the first sketches by the designers at Mercedes presented the significantly steeper slope in the combination rear end of the newEstate, which is thus able to offer greater loading volume than its predecessor.
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate: Already the first sketches by the designers at Mercedes presented the significantly steeper slope in the combination rear end of the new

Estate, which is thus able to offer greater loading volume than its predecessor.
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate: The so-called powerwall is where the styling and dimensional conception of the new Estate were brought into line with each other. The computer allows a virtual full-scale view.
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate: Already the first sketches by the designers at Mercedes presented the significantly steeper slope in the combination rear end of the new

Estate, which is thus able to offer greater loading volume than its predecessor.
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate, design
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate: The colours and trim parts as well as the seat coverings and door trims were carefully coordinated. Each of the lines of the new Estate has its own concept of colours and materials.
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate: The colours and trim parts as well as the seat coverings and door trims were carefully coordinated. Each of the lines of the new Estate has its own concept of colours and materials.
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate, design
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate, design
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate, design
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate, design
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate: The so-called powerwall is where the styling and dimensional conception of the new Estate were brought into line with each other. The computer allows a virtual full-scale view.
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate: The so-called powerwall is where the styling and dimensional conception of the new Estate were brought into line with each other. The computer allows a virtual full-scale view.
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