2012 Mercedes-Benz MPV was spy photographed

2012 Mercedes-Benz MPV was spy photographed

The New York and Shanghai Auto Shows from April hosted the presentation of the brand new 2012 Mercedes-Benz A-Class, which was mainly described as a five-door hatchback body style. The upcoming 2012 B-Class minivan has recently been spy photographed, demonstrating that it does not feature similarities with the the larger B-Class sibling and the next A-Class. With the front and rear ends influenced by the latest crop of Mercedes-Benz cars and SUVs, it appears to be longer and slightly taller as compared to the current model. It was quite difficult to reveal the differences between the current B-Class and its successor.However, the new B-Class is going to remain a five-seater model. The photos of the dashboard boast a revamped center console integrating newly shaped air-vents, thus proving the positive effect of the increase in dimensions. As far as the powertrain is concerned, the next generations of the front-wheel A- and B-Class models are to share the same range of diesel and gasoline engines, which incorporate a 2.0-liter four-cylinder petrol unit featuring direct-injection and turbocharging technology. The CO2 emissions across the range as well as the fuel consumption will be considerably improved by the use of the start/stop system and other fuel-saving technologies. The 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show, which is scheduled to take place this fall, will delight the audience with the new B-Class, while the European sales are planned to start next year. Furthermore, the Stuttgart-based automaker hinted that it was planning to bring the A-Class to the States, but it did not mention anything about the B-Class in the U.S.
Source: Carscoop


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