A new test prototype for the 2011 C-Klasse FL has been recently photgraphed in the snowy Scandinavia.

The pictured model is in fact a complete test prototype of the restyled mid-sized limousine, given the fact it features layers of camouflage on the main sections of the car:on the headlights, on the front bumper and on the tail lights.

The revised C-Klasse, set to appear by the end of 2010 , will be sporting slightly revamped headlamps fitted with LEDs, along with a retouched 3-slat radiator grille and a redesigned front bumper, featuring modified air intakes and LED projectors. The tail lamps will not suffer style changes, but an important addition to them will be the LED technology. Inside the car, a completely new dashboard, pretty resemblant to that of the new GLK-Klasse, is expected. The engine range offered for the new C-Klasse FL will comprise new or updated units, both petrol- and diesel-running ones, some of them part of the forthcoming MoVe powerplant lineup.

Source of the photos >> SecretNewCars

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