NEXT B-CLASS IN THE WORKS: Mercedes-Benz is testing a facelifted version of its current B-Class in Europe. Image: Automedia
Mercedes-Benz is testing a facelifted version of its B-Class.
Even though the second-generation B-Class has only been on the market for about two years, the automaker is already working on a facelifted version of its compact MPV.
Spy photographer’s captured images of the new model in the mountains of southern Europe. Spy images reveal changes to its front and rear and show major changes for the interior.
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According to Mercedes-Benz it's shortening the production run of it models to six years instead of the traditional seven.
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Little is known about the facelifted B-Class though spy images reveal that changes will be made to the front and rear - especially the grille, head and tail lights.
Engines and transmissions will likely be carried over from the current range. The new B-Class is expected to be unveiled at the 2014 Paris auto show in October.