The new A-Class L Saloon which boasts a new variant of the model which features a 6cm longer wheelbase, will be launched in China first in the second half of 2018 and hopefully in Europe not long after that.

The latest design language is characterised by clear structures and sensual surfaces, the A-Class L Saloon also boasts a high level of safety thanks to the innovative driving assistance systems and functions adopted from the S-Class.

The A-Class L Saloon also reflects the purist, surface-accentuating design of the latest Mercedes-Benz design philosophy of Sensual Purity. The compact saloon has very short overhangs at front and rear, which, in combination with the side feature line, reinforces the sporty image. As on the hatchback model, the front end design looks very progressive. Contributing to this impression are the low, drawn-out bonnet, flat headlamps with chrome elements, and torch-like daytime driving lights - plus the diamond radiator grille with single louvre, chrome pins, and central star.

The reflectors have been repositioned lower down in the bumper to allow the tail lights to benefit from a particularly flat design. The Rose gold finish is an exclusive paint finish for the Chinese market.

We can’t wait for this new model to be launched in the UK – keep an eye out on our website for more information.

Added: 30 April 2018

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