Our spy photographers have managed to capture a facelifted version of the B-Class on camera, while it was being tested, near the Arctic Circle.
The German based automaker is currently working on an updated version of the B-Class which will hit dealerships quite soon. But before the 2015 Mercedes-Benz B-Class will be good for its future customers, the company has to make sure that everything is in its right place and working just like it should, and for this, prototypes are being used, like the one pictured below, which has been seen near the Arctic Circle, by our spy photographers.
Mercedes-Benz is said to shorten production of their models to a bit over six years, instead of the minimum seven, and this facelifted version should make the vehicles more attractive. We can easily see the light camouflage fitted onto the headlights, the front bumper and the rear taillights, as these are expected to have the most major changes. The cabin will probably get some minor tweaks, while the engine lineup is said to be carried over from the current models. The updated B-Class will probably be unveiled during the 2014 Paris Motor Show, this October.