The 2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class sedan features a 4matic all-wheel drive that aids in acceleration and road traction. The car has a sensor system that alerts drivers when they are becoming drowsy. Its radar system monitors other vehicles and can alert the driver or apply the brakes automatically to avoid a collision.
The C-Class sedans have an adaptive suspension that automatically stiffens when turning corners. Drivers can set the car's performance to several preset modes or to a custom mode by configuring the shifting patterns of the transmission. The safety system is able to monitor 360 degrees around the vehicle to spot hazards, and the car can take over control of the vehicle in case of an imminent collision.
The car is accessible through a smartphone app called mbrace that provides features such as remote start and remote access to the car's diagnostic system. The leather-wrapped steering wheel has controls for shifting gears and for changing tracks on the sound system.
The entertainment system and other features are controllable via a touch-screen interface and an optional heads-up display. The touch-screen display responds to multi-finger gestures. The 2015 C-Class models have more interior room than any previous C-Class models. The AMG C63 S, with its 503-horsepower engine, has the greatest power in its class.