The German based automaker Mercedes-Benz has just announced that the all-new CLC four-door coupe will be made at the company’s new assembly plant in Kecskemet, Hungary.
Even if the all-new four-door coupe has been officially confirmed for production by Mercedes-Benz, the company didn’t announce anything about it and we don’t even know its real name. According to the car manufacturer, the new Mercedes-Benz four-door coupe will be based on the redesigned A-Class and B-Class, so the model is expected to be named either the CLA or the CLC, but unfortunately we don’t have any details on it for the moment.
“The Mercedes-Benz offensive in the premium compact segment is shifting up a gear. With the production network of the Rastatt and Kecskemet plants, we now have the capacity to meet the demand from many existing – and new – customers in the premium compact segment”, said the Daimler Chairman in a statement, Dr. Dieter Zetsche.
The all-new Mercedes-Benz four-door coupe will ride on the MFA platform and it will be offered with a variety of petrol and diesel engines, which are expected to develop between 108 HP and 208 HP. There is no word on an AMG version of the new four-door coupe just yet but this might hit the market too in the nearby future. More details on the Mercedes-Benz CLC will be announced close to the model’s debut.