Mercedes-Benz tests facelifted CLA sedan and wagon
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Mercedes-Benz is testing updated CLA-Class cars. A 48-volt mild hybrid system is planned to be added to the powertrain lineup.
Mercedes-Benz is preparing an update for the CLA-Class family. On tests, they noticed a modernized sedan and station wagon. The photo was published on the Motor1 website.
Mercedes-Benz is testing the standard versions of the CLA. Charged AMG models should appear a little later.
The updated CLA-Class family will receive new headlights with redesigned internal graphics. The running lights will consist of diagonal stripes, as opposed to the L-shaped stripes seen on the model today.
The CLA-Class will receive new bumpers and a new grille. The rear will also change slightly.
Only minor changes are expected in the interior. Therefore, the interior of the test cars is not covered with camouflage.
Mercedes-Benz plans to add a 48-volt mild hybrid system to the CLA powertrain lineup. This should improve efficiency and reduce emissions.
The updated CLA-Class family will be introduced in 2023. In addition, new trim levels are expected for the model.