The new generation of the Mercedes-Benz GLK has been recently caught on camera by our spy photographers while it was being tested.
With winter arriving in northern parts of Europe, most carmakers have decided to take advantage of the cold weather in order to test their upcoming models. One of these companies is Mercedes-Benz which has taken the new GLK generation out for a spin. The images posted below are showing a prototype version of the 2015 Mercedes-Benz GLK while it was being tested in cold weather and thanks to the light camouflage found on its body, we can clearly see its lines.
When compared to the outgoing version, the new generation of the Mercedes-Benz GLK has been stretched and its front axle has been pushed forward in order to accommodate the longer wheelbase. The model will be sportier than the current one and the roof is more steeply sloped towards the rear hinting at a coupe-like profile. The engine lineup will include a 1.8 liter four-cylinder turbocharged unit, in the GLK 250, along with the GLK 250 BlueTEC getting a 2.1 liter four-cylinder diesel and the GLK 350 coming with a V6. More details on the new Mercedes-Benz GLK generation are limited for the moment.