The prototype of the updated Mercedes-Benz A-Class hatchback was spotted during road tests. The corresponding photos were published on Saturday, February 27 by Carscoops agency.
Judging by the photo, the concept has a revised grille, which is hidden under black camouflage. You can also note that the mesh pattern will be replaced by a design with horizontal bars, as well as a sensor, which will be covered with the emblem on the production model.
Although the current prototype is not much different from the current model, most likely, the updated car will acquire revised bumpers and other optics. As for the interior, it is still classified, while the appearance of an upgraded multimedia system and other finishes is expected here.
Speaking of the engine range of the updated A-Class, it will include not only gasoline and diesel engines, but a plug-in hybrid powertrain. It is worth saying that it is currently unknown when exactly this new product of the German brand will debut.
Let us remind you that Mercedes-Benz is a series of compact passenger cars. The presentation of the first generation took place in 1997, the second – at the end of 2004, and the third – in 2012.
In addition, some time ago it was reported that the German car manufacturer Mercedes-Benz has demonstrated the new generation C-Class. It should be emphasized that this is the first model of the German brand to receive only electrified motors.
More details on the technical characteristics and trim levels of the current Mercedes A-Class can be found here