It was back at the Geneva Motor Show 2014 where the brand new Mercedes-Benz A-Class was revealed. Now the German marque has commenced testing of the facelifted variant with one prototype recently spied testing complete with camouflage across both the front and rear.
This particular test mule is believed to have been in A250 specification because of the front grille it is wearing. As for styling changes, the positioning of the camouflage indicates that the headlights and taillights will be tweaked alongside the front air intakes. Additionally, both the front and rear bumpers are set for styling and aerodynamic changes as are the taillights.
It remains to be seen when the car will celebrate its world debut but the Geneva Motor Show 2015 in early March next year is certainly a possibility. If that doesn’t eventuate, then next year’s Frankfurt Motor Show is also possible.
[Via World Car Fans]