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Mercedes-Benz has announced three new models will make their public debut at the Paris motor show next month – the recently-revealed AMG A35 and GLE, along with the all-new B-Class.
It’s the first time the marque has officially confirmed the latter’s reveal, with the new model claimed to put “the emphasis on the sports part of Sports Tourer”.
At this stage we know the new B-Class will aim to look “more dynamic” than the tall and boxy iteration currently on sale, while still claiming to be more spacious, efficient, and cleaner than its predecessor.
Mercedes-Benz has also confirmed the B-Class will feature the company’s new MBUX infotainment system debuted in the related A-Class, in addition to the latest in driver assistance and active safety systems first seen in the flagship S-Class limousine.
Recent spy images of B-Class prototypes indicate the new model won’t quite be as sexy as its A-Class sibling, though it definitely appears more rounded and athletic-looking than the car currently on sale.