But first, let us observe the exterior. The front bumper has been reshaped, as are the headlights, which have a prominent LED daytime running light signature. A new front grille sits at the center of it all, and it appears that Mercedes-Benz has done changes to the upper part of the front bumper, not just to the lower side.
As we can discern through the layer of camouflage, there are two vents in the front bumper, near its lower outer edges, but these will probably play a design role, while the vents below and above the license plate will do most of the work.
As we move to the rear of the vehicle, we can remark the camouflaged dash, which does not reveal anything at the moment. The rear of the A-Class Sedan facelift comes with new taillights, a modified trunk lid, and a redesigned rear diffuser. The rest of the rear bumper is unmodified for now, but other prototypes may be tested with a different configuration.
Mind you, these are the first spy shots of the upcoming facelift in the A-Class Sedan range, so our spy photographers might spot more advanced prototypes as the development work moves on. Regardless of the design changes that may or may not be made to the rear bumper, we should see the updated model next year.