Sum it up and we can make out most of what's going on with the no-longer-entry-level sedan. The sloping, stretched headlights, sloping trunk line and angled taillights reveal a practical cheat-sheet for the design of the S-Class. This newly larger C-Class, with larger aspirations, will be offered with diesel and hybrid powerplants placed lower and further back in the chassis for improved balance and handling. All to better to fight the BMW 3 Series, see.
The full monty comes at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show next January - or a few weeks before, most likely. For now, there are the spy shots above, and its also been caught in video on the move.