After the unveiling of the all-new C-Class Estate last week, Mercedes-Benz has now introduced the AMG Line package for it. The package is already available for the sedan model and for the Estate, it comes with some additional upgrades.

The Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate AMG Line includes a new logo on the grille flanked by iridium silver matte bars. There is also a new AMG front apron with chrome accents featuring a wire mesh pattern on the air inlets. There are also bigger side skirts and a new rear apron with a modified diffuser. The petrol models will get a stainless steel exhaust pipes and the diesels will be fitted with a chrome look.

Other highlights include a set of five-spoke 18" titanium gray alloy wheels fitted with proper tires, aluminum roof rails, perforated front brake discs for better stopping power and additional cooling. For improved stance, there is a lowered sports suspension dropping the ride height by 15 mm.

AMG Line Package also features front brake calipers with "Mercedes-Benz" lettering, aluminum window surrounds and a new sports multifunctioning steering wheel.

No words about pricing, but the AMG Line package will be available across all engine range (except the upcoming C63 AMG).

Source: Mercedes-Benz