Sections of what could possibly be the interior cabin of the 2015 C-Class Cabriolet are being exhibited in Stuttgart at the Mercedes-Benz Museum.

Sections of what could possibly be the interior cabin of the 2015 C-Class Cabriolet are being exhibited in Stuttgart at the Mercedes-Benz Museum.

MBPassion has stumbled upon something interesting at Mercedes-Benz's museum in Stuttgart where there's a front half section of an interior that probably belongs to the C-Class Cabriolet (codenamed A205). We get the chance to see the design of the front seats and also the buttons to control the electrically-operated soft top. However, the design is not final so expect the production-ready C-Class Cabriolet's interior to feature minor modifications.

Rumored to be cheaper than the SLK (39,359 EUR in Germany), the 2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cabriolet has already been spied several times and will likely be offered with the familiar AIRSCARF (neck-level heating) and AIRCAP (air deflector) systems. Engine lineup will be largely carried over from the sedan and wagon, including a twin-turbo V8 4.0-liter engine in the AMG variant which will reportedly produce 476 PS (350 kW).

As a side note, those seats will probably also find their way inside the C-Class Coupe (codenamed C205) which will come out in the first half of 2015, followed a few months later by the soft top.

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C-Class Cabriolet cabin being exhibited at Mercedes-Benz Museum?