The German based automaker has been recently spotted with a facelifted version of the CLS Shooting Brake, which had its front fascia wrapped in camouflage.
Even if it was introduced back in early 2012, meaning one and a half years, the new Mercedes-Benz CLS Shooting Brake is getting ready to be upgraded, and this should place it better into the range of new models. Out spy photographers have managed to catch the “new” CLS Shooting Brake on camera near the company’s headquarters, in Germany, where the model in question was sitting quietly, parked near several other vehicles signed by the carmaker.
The facelifted version of the Mercedes-Benz CLS Shooting Brake won’t be drastically changed and, in fact, the model will only receive an updated front fascia which should bring it closer to other new models in the company’s lineup, like the A-Class, the CLA or the new S-Class generation. The same treatment will also be applied on the four-door coupe version of the model. Additional details on the CLS Shooting Brake facelift are limited for the moment and will probably be announced during the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show, in September, when the model is expected to make its public debut.