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PostHeaderIcon 2018 Mercedes A-Class Cabin Revealed – It’s a Hybrid!!!

Mercedes-Benz revealed several photos of the 2018 A-Class’ production-ready interior last week and we’ve noticed a rather important detail: it’s a hybrid and will have at least a 31-mile range on battery power.

The detail is seen by zooming into the 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster. Just below the tachometer is a battery range indicator showing 36km of range left on a roughly 75-percent charge. Do the conversion and that works out to 22.3 miles of range. That’s not bad for a three-quarters charge. At full charge, though, the A-Class could see a total electric range of roughly 31 miles. That’s more than enough for in-city commuting. Of course, the phrase “your mileage may vary” comes into play. Getting a full 31 miles to a charge will likely require a light foot and conscious driving. Still, the respectable range should be a big selling point for A-Class shoppers.

And speaking of buying, it’s likely Mercedes will debut the hybridized A-Class alongside its gasoline and diesel version at its launch. That would give customers at least three choices in the powertrain department, not to mention the possible FWD/AWD, transmission, and horsepower output combinations. Mercedes is expected to officially debut the 2018 A-Class sometime in the first half of 2018, with most indications pointing to the Geneva Auto Show in March.

References

Mercedes A-Class


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Read our full speculative review on the 2018 Mercedes A-Class.


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Read our full review on the 2017 Mercedes A-Class.



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PostHeaderIcon Mercedes-AMG A40

Mercedes is on a mission to replace its models every six years or so. So, with the current generation A-Class turning five years old as of 2017, it was no surprise to us when we saw the next-gen prototype putting in some work somewhere in Europe. Alongside the redesigned hatchback, Mercedes-Benz is also testing a new version of the AMG A45. More importantly, it seems that the German company wants to introduce a new model into the lineup. It’s reportedly called the AMG A40 and will slot below the familiar AMG A45.

As of June 2017, the prototype is still wrapped in lots of camo and padding, but that isn’t to say that we can’t identify some of the changes we can expect when the model does shed its prototype skin. It’s rather obvious that the next-gen A-Class will bring some evolutionary changes, all of which will find their way on the performance-oriented versions. The biggest news here is this new A40 trim, which will most likely be sold as an answer to the Audi S3 and BMW M140i. Until we get some official information, let’s have a closer look at what we already know about this hot hatch.

Update 10/23/2017: It’s only been a few weeks since we last so the Mercedes-AMG A40 out testing on the roads, and white as rain, it was caught in public again. Not a lot has changed, but there is something noteworthy to mention, so check out the spy shot section below for details.

Continue reading to learn more about the Mercedes-AMG A40.

Spy Shots

October 23, 2017 – On the Long Road to Production


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At this point, very little is changing on the Mercedes-AMG A40. When you combine that with the fact that we’re seeing it for the second time in less than a month, it’s safe to say that we’ll be seeing the official production model soon. As of now, most of the padding that originally covered the prototype has been removed, leaving just the camo to distract our eyes. On the other hand, the slightly wider fenders leave us wondering if these fenders are, indeed, wider or if they are simply still padded down a bit. Then again the wheels are a bit wider to support the 400+ horsepower under the hood, so it’s not outlandish to think that they may very well be a bit wider than on the standard A-Class. It would certainly be refreshing, anyway.

With that in mind, this prototype is still sporting the same Panamerican grille, and still rocks out the same production headlights and hood. This time around, the headlights are on, so we can see the LED lights illuminated in both the front and the rear. The side skirts look to have gotten a little more aggressive up front while the rear end now gets official dual exhaust outlets. Speaking of which, did you notice something weird about those outlets? Since when does Mercedes-AMG use dual, circular outlets instead of a single rectangular unit? That’s quite interesting, don’t you think? We suspect that Mercedes will be debuting the new A40 AMG sometime in the near future with the Detroit Auto Show or Chicago Auto Show being potential candidates if Mercedes is thinking of bring it to the United States. Well, unless Mercedes decides to surprise us at the Tokyo Motor Show later this week. What do you all think? Fill us in with your thoughts in the comments section below.

October 4, 2017 – Droping some padding and getting a new face


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This time around, the A40 hasn’t exactly shed any camo, but it has shed a lot of padding. The most noticeable change to us is that the hood is now a production hood, while the headlights also follow suit. Instead of those annoying projection-like units on the last mule, we’ve got the official LED units with the top-positioned LED strip. The lights are sleeker, sit a little higher in the body, and are slanted downward toward the nose to provide extra character. With that in mind, the other major factor here is that we’re getting a look at a completely different fascia and a different grille. Now, it’s not likely that the A40 will end up with a grille that looks anything like what you see here, as it will likely feature AMG’s current grille design, but there could be something more in the looks. It is sporting a big, fat Mercedes emblem that was cleverly wrapped tight enough so you could see its camel toe peeking through.

“The most noticeable change to us is that the hood is now a production hood, while the headlights also follow suit”

As you can see, the lower fascia isn’t exactly production ready as of yet, but it is on its way and clearly under development. The passenger side is rocking out a number of drilled holes while the passenger side is rocking just a few in place of the traditional corner intakes. To put it simply, Mercedes is trying to figure out just how fake those corner intakes need to be for the best aerodynamics, performance, and efficiency. Oddly, the front in now features a smaller, or shorter, air dam that features curved edges without any of the fancy stuff on the sides. A small louver crosses the air dam at the tip, which could indicate a strange front-end styling here or just a cheap and easy way for Mercedes to mount that front plate for testing purpose. Only time will tell for that one.

To the sides, nothing has really changed thus far, but we can now see that the A40 will have smaller side mirrors that is predecessor and the mule we saw a few months ago. This time around our photographers didn’t get as good of a shot of the rear, however, we can see that some of the camo has been removed from the taillights, At this point, it’s hard to tell if these are production units or not, but given the fit an finish I would guess that the production model will at least sport the same style of lights, most likely with a larger number of LEDs present.

What do you guys think so far? Let us know in the comments section below.

October 6, 2016 – First testing session


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Exterior


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“Since there’s so much camo and padding, the number of enhancements that we can spot to the new AMG A40 are pretty slim.”

Since there’s so much camo and padding, the number of enhancements that we can spot to the new AMG A40 are pretty slim. If the front fascia is truly representative of change, then it looks like the A40 could get circular running lights up front, with smaller air intakes on the corners. The air dam will likely grow a bit, but the radiator grille should remain roughly the same size and shape. It looks like the headlights will be much smaller on the A40, but it’s really hard to tell. There does appear to be an aggressive body line on each corner of the fascia, which could indicate that the A40 could be void of corner intakes at all. The hood is heavily padded, leading us to believe that it will change dramatically by the time the car hits dealers. Expect to see muscular lines on each side, just like on the current A45.


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“The A-pillars on this model looked to be angled a bit more aggressively, and the roof may sit just a little lower.”

Moving over to the sides, the biggest thing we’ve spotted is the shape of the windows. The A-pillars on this model looked to be angled a bit more aggressively, and the roof may sit just a little lower. This leads to shorter windows overall, especially in the back. As you can see, the rear doors are now a little bit longer than before, and the upper curve of the rear doors curve downward farther back. This makes for a larger stationary window and wider primary glass in the rear door. Notice how the rear side of the door actually follows the contour of the rear wheel well on this prototype? It also looks like the fuel filler door will be square on the A40.


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“All told, the A40 should be a bit more aggressive than the standard model, but not as sporty as the range-topping A45.”

Farther back, the pillar between the back doors and the rear hatch is now a little bit wider. Sure, there’s a lot of padding on the rear hatch that helps to throw us off a little, but if you look closely, you can spot the extra length. The more you look at it, the more it becomes clear that the extra length on the new A40 will be found in the rear. To go along with the wider rear pillars, the rear fascia is now at least twice as long as before. In reality, it makes this car look more like a small wagon that a hatchback.

Around back, the biggest difference is that the rear hatch is actually a little bit wider, and comes to a very sharp point where it jukes inward around the taillights. It also looks like the rear hatch will also get its own taillight lens, but those reflectors could just be there to throw us off.

All told, the A40 should be a bit more aggressive than the standard model, but not as sporty as the range-topping A45.

Interior


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Note: Mercedes-Benz A45 AMG interior shown here.

“It's safe to assume that it will have the same features as the redesigned A-Class plus a number of unique items.”

Unfortunately, we haven’t gotten a good look inside the future A40, but it’s safe to assume that it will have the same features as the redesigned A-Class plus a number of unique items. From the outside, we can spot the hump over the instrument cluster as seen in the current model, and it’s safe to assume the floating infotainment display will also carry over, albeit with some improvements and maybe a slightly larger screen. Expect to see the traditional circular HVAC vents, but the audio control panel in the center stack should be toned down quite a bit. The center console will evolve a bit, but nothing too extreme. There will naturally be race-inspired sport seats (likely optional though), and there will be little doses of color accenting here and there.

Drivetrain


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Note: Mercedes-Benz A45 AMG drivetrain pictured here.

“Expect the AMG A40 to arrive with at least 300 horsepower, but no more than 320 horses.”

We’re expecting the A-Class to debut with some updated engines, while other engines will be replaced altogether. Considering the A-Class will use an updated version of Mercedes’ MFA platform -– dubbed MFA2 -– Merc will have the chance to offer more drivetrains than ever before across the entire range. The platform is also lighter, and obviously longer, so it has that going for it as well.

The current A45 uses a 2.0-liter that delivers some 381 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of torque. It’s enough to push the A45 to 62 mph in a matter of 4.2 seconds on the way to an electronically limited 155 mph. With output of the new AMG A45 likely to increase to a bit over 400 horsepower and maybe 380 pound-feet of torque, the AMG A40 will bridge the gap between the range-topping model and the A250 trim. All told, expect it to arrive with at least 300 horsepower, but no more than 320 horses.

Ultimately, the A40 should be quicker than any other A-Class but slower than the A45. Look for 4.5-second sprints from 0 to 62 mph and the same top speed limited at 155 mph
As is the case with the current A45, shifting duties should be handled by an AMG SPEEDSHIFT DCT seven-speed sports transmission.

Pricing


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As of June 2017, U.K. pricing for the A-Class starts from £20,715 (around $26,700), while the range topping 250 AMG retails from £30,225 to £36,200 (about $38,970 to $46,680), depending on specs. The AMG A45, on the other hand, starts from £41,875 (around $54,000). It’s safe to assume that the A40 will split the difference between the 250 AMG and A45, meaning it should start from around £36,000 (some $46,420). Unfortunately, unless Mercedes-Benz suddenly decides to bring the A-Class range to the U.S., the AMG A40 won’t be available on this side of the pond.

Competition

BMW M140i


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Unfortunately, BMW has yet to produce a successor for the BMW M1, so the closest we can get to it is its newest little hatch, the BMW M140i. While it’s not a full-fledged M car, it replaces the M135i and comes with a little extra juice on tap. Unlike the Mercedes-AMG A40, the M140i uses a 3.0-liter six-cylinder. It delivers 335 horsepower and 332 pound-feet of torque, which is an increase of 10 horsepower over the M135i and 46-horsepower less that the current Mercedes-AMG A45. The M140i can hit 62 mph in about 4.6 seconds when equipped with an eight-speed automatic or 4.8 seconds with the standard, six-speed manual. When equipped with xDrive all-wheel drive, the M140i hits the same benchmark in just 4.4 seconds. Pricing for the M140i starts from £32,650 (around $42,070) for the three-door version and from £33,180 (around $42,750) for the five-door version. Just like the A-Class, the BMW 1 Series isn’t available in the United States.

Read our full review on the BMW M140i.

Audi S3


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The Audi S3 is yet another reason why Mercedes needs an AMG A40. Slotted between the A3 2.0 TFSI and the bonkers RS3, the S3 uses a 2.0-liter turbocharged engine that cranks out 310 horsepower and 280 pound-feet of torque. Fitted with an S-Tronic transmission, the German hatch needs 4.6 seconds to hit 62 mph from a standing start on its way to a top speed of 155 mph. Styling-wise, it has a sportier exterior and fancied-up interior compared to the regular A3, but it’s not as menacing to look at as the RS3. Pricing starts from £33,505 (around $43,170) for the two-door S3 and from £34,125 (about $43,970) for the five-door S3 Sportback version.

Read our full review on the Audi S3.

Conclusion


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Mercedes isn’t playing around with that hand-built 2.0-liter engine. We’re talking about a small-ish four-cylinder that’s delivering a lot of power. It would be nice if the new A40 came with a little extra compared to its rivals, but I really don’t see this model sporting more oomph than the BMW M140i. The hot-hatch market is pretty strong these days, and in theory, a model like the AMG A40 could also be competing with cars like the Focus RS and the Civic Type-R under the right circumstances. Sure, those cars aren’t German, and some don’t exactly approach 400 horses like the AMG A45 and the RS3 Sportback, but they are big hitters in the hatch market. Now, if only we could convince Mercedes to bring the A40 to the U.S., I’d be a happy camper.

  • Leave it
    • Probably not U.S. bound
    • It is a little pricey

References

Mercedes A-Class


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Read our full review on the next generation 2018 Mercedes-Benz A-Class.


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Read our full review on the previous 2014 Mercedes-Benz A45 AMG.

Update History

Update 10/4/2017: We’re finally getting a second look at the upcoming Mercedes-AMG A40 and this time around there are some serious changes taking place that brings the little hatch much closer to its goal of being production ready in 2018. Check out our special update section below to see what the changes are and learn more about them.

PostHeaderIcon Mercedes-Benz A-Class

The third-generation A-Class has been around for only five years as of 2017, but Mercedes-Benz is already working on a brand-new model. That’s not exactly surprising though, as the Germans are looking to replace each model after a six-year cycle in the future. This means that a new A-Class should arrive for the 2018 model year, a scenario backed by the fact that the Stuttgart-based company is already testing the fourth-generation model on public roads. Spotted stretching its wheels somewhere in Southern Europe, the upcoming compact appears to be in its early testing phase based on the heavy amount of camouflage covering its body. And even though some elements are far from finalized, the prototype provides quite a few hints about the changes Mercedes-Benz made to the hatchback.

The interesting thing about the upcoming A-Class, aside from the usual upgrades involving sportier looks, a refined, roomier interior, and more powerful and efficient engines, is that Mercedes is rumored to be considering two body styles. The five-door hatch could be joined by a four-door sedan, but this information has yet to be confirmed. Word also has it that it could be a China-model only. We should find out more about that in due time, including specific details about a public debut. The fourth-gen A-Class is expected to break cover at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show, but we’ll be back to update this date as soon as we get confirmation. Meanwhile, have a look at my speculative review for more info on the new compact.

Updated 10/16/2017: Our spy photographers caught the upcoming Mercedes A-Class out for a new testing session. And even if the camouflage looks lighter, most of the details are still hidden.

Continue reading to learn more about the 2018 Mercedes-Benz A-Class.

Spy Shots

October 16, 2017 – Mercedes A-Class begins dropping campuflage


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June 19, 2017 – Mercedes A-Class reveals its interior


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February 17,2017 – Mercedes A-Class reveals parts of the interior


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September 22, 2016 – Mercedes A-Class caught testing at Nurburgring


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July 26, 2016 – First testing session


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Exterior


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“The new A-Class should feature an evolutionary design, but at the same time feature brand-new design elements.”

Styling-wise, the upcoming A-Class should feature an evolutionary design, but at the same time is should incorporate brand-new styling elements. Due to the heavy camo, it’s difficult to guess the new design, but it will most likely have sportier front and rear fascias and, given the new roofline, an overall sleeker design. The biggest change that’s evident in these spy shots is the longer wheelbase and stretched rear doors. This will matter the most inside the rear passenger compartment, but it will also give the A-Class a different look. The side mirrors have also been re-positioned on the doors instead of the A-pillars, which should enhance visibility. Around back, it appears that the A-Class will get a bigger trunk opening and split taillights.


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The massive cladding on the engine hood is a sign that Mercedes designed a significantly different front end. Most likely the new engine hood has a more aggressive stance and maybe even a small bulge in the middle. The headlamps appear to be slimmer too, and if recent Mercedes redesigns are any indication, the grille should be wider and sit lower on the fascia. Paired with the likely bigger openings in the bumper, this will result in a significantly sportier stance. Granted, the new A-Class won’t be as menacing as the outgoing AMG A45, but it should be close given the current trends.

Interior


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“The biggest change you should look forward to will be an infotainment screen integrated into the center stack instead of the "floating" display in the current model.”

The interior should also get more than just a few nips and tucks, but I expect the layout to remain somewhat similar to the current one. The biggest change you should look forward to will be an infotainment screen integrated into the center stack instead of the “floating” display in the current model. This will also lead to a reconfigured lower center stack, but the company should keep the three-piece A/C vent configuration.

All of the above is visible in our latest spy shots, and even though the final displays for the infotainment and instrument cluster aren’t in place, it’s quite obvious that the “floating” screen has been ditched. You can also see a much simpler lower center stack, but it remains to be seen if Mercedes won’t add a revised panel in there.

There should be new trim for the dashboard, reconfigured seats for improved comfort (sportier for the AMG model), new colors and materials, and a revised steering wheel. The hatchback should also get Mercedes’ latest technology, but it remains to be seen how many of the safety features, drivers aids, and gadgets current available in larger models will make it into the A-Class.

The longer wheelbase should also added a bit of extra legroom, especially for passengers sitting in the rear. However, the slightly sleeker roof could affect headroom. The longer rear doors could also make entering and exiting the car easier.

Drivetrain


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Note: 2013 Mercedes A-Class shown here.

“The A-Class will get the usual mix of small-displacement gasoline and diesel engines.”

Under the hood, the A-Class will get the usual mix of small-displacement gasoline and diesel engines. The current lineup includes a series of 1.6 to 2.1-liter engines, but this may change with the new platform. The new A-Class is expected to ride on an updated version of the MFA architecture (called the MFA2), which will be lighter, a bit longer, and will allow more drivetrains than ever before.

While some powerplants will be revised, others will be replaced altogether. But despite these changes, expect the gas A-Class models to generate between 130 and 220 horsepower and the diesel variants to crank out between 90 and 180 horses (and up to 270 pound-feet of torque). Besides the usual gas and diesel units, the A-Class will also get an AMG version with an update variant of turbocharged, 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine. Now rated at 375 horsepower, the beefed-up four-pot could deliver almost 400 horses in the new configuration.

In the transmission department, the hatchback should get improved versions of the six-speed manual and seven-speed automatic. Of course, the AMG A45 model will come with the AMG Speedshift dual-clutch.

Prices


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As with most redesigns, the fourth-gen A-Class should come with a significant premium over the current model. With the 2017 hatchback fetching €23,746 (about $26,250) before options, the next-gen model could start from around €25,000 (around $27,630). Unfortunately, like the current car, the new A-Class isn’t likely to cross the pond to the U.S. due to low demand for hatchbacks in the premium segment.

Competition

BMW 1 Series


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The only rear-wheel drive model in its segment, the BMW 1 Series received it mid-cycle facelift for the 2016 model year. Although frequently criticized for its design, the 1 Series is seen as the sportier model of the bunch, despite the fact that it doesn’t necessarily excel in terms of engine power or suspension sportiness. Besides a more appealing exterior design and an updated interior, the refreshed 1 Series also received a batch of new engines, including a couple of three-cylinder units borrowed from the Mini Cooper. Outputs range from 109 to 218 horsepower in gasoline models and from 116 to 224 horses (199 to 331 pound-feet) for diesel, meaning there’s a trim for nearly every version the A-Class will bring to the table. BMW also doesn’t offer the 1 Series in the U.S. In Germany, prices start from €23,250 (about $25,700).

Find out more about the BMW 1 Series here.

Audi A3 Sportback


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Some see it as the original premium compact hatch, with its first generation having been launched back in 1996, but the Audi A3 has to push in a much more crowded market nowadays. Unlike the BMW 1 Series, which is strictly rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive, the A3 uses a Volkwagen Golf architecture, meaning that it only comes with front-wheel drive or a Haldex-based all-wheel drive system that is traditionally marketed as quattro. The current generation was unveiled in 2012 and updated for the 2017 model year. The hatch is offered with three gasoline and three diesel units. The former generate between 115 and 190 horsepower, while the latter crank out between 110 and 184 horses (up to 280 pound-feet of torque). The A3 Sportback is also offered with a hybrid drivetrain as the e-tron. And unlike its competitors, it’s available in the United States, but only as sedan and Sportback e-tron models.

Read more about the Audi A3 Sportback here.

Conclusion


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It’s obviously way too early to draw a proper conclusion, but the next-generation A-Class should be a significant improvement over its predecessor. And given that the current model is arguably one of the best offerings in this segment — unless you’re a RWD guy, that is — the next-gen car should be able to climb above its rivals in many aspects, including styling and performance.

  • Leave it
    • Needs a hybrid version
    • Likely still not coming to the U.S.

References

Mercedes A-Class


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Read our full review on the next 2018 Mercedes-Benz A40.


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Read our full review on the current Mercedes A-Class.

Update History

Updated 06/19/2017: Our spy photographers caught the upcoming Mercedes A-Class out for a new testing session around Nurburgring.

Updated 09/22/2016: Our spy photographers caught the next generation Mercedes A-Class out for a new testing session, this time around the Nurburgring race track.

PostHeaderIcon Mercedes Concept A Sedan Confirms Four-Door A-Class

Mercedes-Benz can be credited with inventing several niches in the auto market recently, most notably with the CLS and CLA four-door coupes (and their Shooting Brake/wagon variants). However, the German firm fell behind the competition in the smaller sedan market. While Audi has been selling the A3 Sedan since 2013 and BMW recently introduced the 1 Series Sedan in China, Stuttgart has yet to launch a similar offering. But, this will end soon and the Concept A Sedan that Mercedes unveiled at the 2017 Shanghai Auto Show proves that a four-door smaller than the CLA is in the works.

As you might have already guessed from the name, the Concept A Sedan previews a sedan version of the familiar A-Class. However, the production model won’t arrive until the fourth-generation hatchback is launched, which should happen in a couple of years. Although Mercedes-Benz didn’t actually confirm the A-Class sedan, the concept is described as “an outlook of the next generation of compact vehicles and a potential new body type.” Take this statement and the fact that both Audi, and BMW have cars in this segment, and the A-Class sedan is pretty certain to happen.

As with all concepts, the Concept A Sedan is rather futuristic compared to the current-generation A-Class. While the front bumper and grille are very familiar, the styling is decidedly sportier and has an AMG-GT vibe to it. In the company’s own words, the concept “shows that the time of creases is over” and is “the next milestone of ’Sensual Purity’ and has the potential to introduce a new design era.”

All told, the show car could very well preview the design of the upcoming A-Class hatchback before finding its way onto the production sedan. On the other hand, I wouldn’t bet on them being as aggressive as the concept. I also don’t expect the UV-treated headlamps, which “glow” in different colors depending on light, to become a production feature.

However, Mercedes gives us a few hints as to how large this compact sedan will be. At 179.9 inches long and 73.6 inches wide, it’s almost 11 inches longer and 3.5 inches wider than the current A-Class sedan. Compared to the CLA, it’s only three inches shorter, but 3.5 inches wider. As expected, it slots right below the CLA, but the production model will probably be a bit shorter than the concept. On the other hand, a similar length could work as the CLA is marketed as a four-door coupe, while the A-Class sedan will be sold as a conventional four-door.

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PostHeaderIcon Mercedes-AMG A43

Mercedes is on a mission to replace its models every six years or so. So, with the current generation A-Class turning four years old for 2016, it was no surprise to us when we saw the next-gen prototype putting in some work somewhere in Europe. It’s been a few weeks, but like clockwork, Mercedes was out playing around again, but this time, it was playing in the upcoming Mercedes-AMG A43. As of now, the prototype is in the very early stages, so there’s lots of camo and padding, a pair of decoy taillights in the rear, and a very fake radiator grille. But, that isn’t to say that we can’t identify some of the changes we can expect when the model does shed its prototype skin.

It has also been rumored that the A-Class would be offered in two different body styles. There will, of course, be the five-door hatch, but Mercedes is also said to be considering a four-door sedan. So far, there has been zero confirmation as to whether that A-Class sedan will ever become a reality, and we’ve yet to see it stretching its wheels, so look at that rumor with plenty of skepticism for now. What we can tell you is that, regardless of whether or not the A-Class will come in a new body style, the next-gen model will bring some evolutionary changes.

Mercedes still has some work to do before this prototype is officially production-ready, but let’s take the time to look over it and see what we can make out so far.


PostHeaderIcon Mercedes-AMG A45 RS485+ By Posaidon

The Mercedes-AMG A45 has only been around for a couple of years and yet, it’s already been the recipient of a facelift. That’s what happens when you belong in a segment as competitive as the premium hot hatchback market. As competitive as automakers like Mercedes, Audi, and BMW are, the same holds true for aftermarket tuners, especially those who specialize in any of these three German brands. Such is the case with Posaidon, which is following up the release of its RS850+ tuning kit for the Mercedes-AMG E 63 by introducing the RS450+ program for Mercedes’ resident performance hatch. The tuner claims that it can squeeze out 500 horsepower and 409 pound-feet of torque out of the AMG A45’s turbo four engine, making it one of the most powerful kits for the AMT hatch.

Posaidon may not be as much of a household name as Brabus when it comes to Mercedes tuning, but it does have a penchant for delivering the goods. It proved as much when it presented the RS850+ program last month and this particular program has the tools to be a worthy follow-up. There’s not much in the way of other upgrades for the AMG A45, but there is that impressive engine upgrade, which ought to be worth the price of the whole kit considering how much extra power it can provide to performance-hungry owners of the hot hatch.

The tuner does have other services to offer, most of which are available on a per request basis. That might not be an ideal setup for some owners, but for those looking to really customize their AMG A45s to fit their personalities, it’s a chance to really stamp some identity into those premium performance hatchbacks.

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PostHeaderIcon Mercedes-Benz A-Class

The third-generation A-Class has been around for only five years as of 2017, but Mercedes-Benz is already working on a brand-new model. That’s not exactly surprising though, as the Germans are looking to replace each model after a six-year cycle in the future. This means that a new A-Class should arrive for the 2018 model year, and you shouldn’t be surprised that the Stuttgart-based company is already testing the fourth-generation model on public roads.

Spotted stretching its wheels somewhere in Southern Europe, the upcoming compact appears to be in its early testing phase based on the heavy amount of camouflage covering its body. And even though some elements are far from finalized, the prototype provides quite a few hints about the changes Mercedes-Benz made to the hatchback.

The interesting thing about the upcoming A-Class, aside from the usual upgrades involving sportier looks, a refined, roomier interior, and more powerful and efficient engines, is that Mercedes is rumored to be considering two body styles. The five-door hatch could be joined by a four-door sedan, but this information has yet to be confirmed. Word also has it that it could be a China-model only.

We should find out more about that in due time, including specific details about a public debut. The fourth-gen A-Class is expected to break cover at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show, but we’ll be back to update this date as soon as we get confirmation. Meanwhile, have a look at my speculative review for more info on the new compact.

Updated 02/17/2017: The upcoming Mercedes A-Class was caught testing once again, this time revealing part of the interior.

Continue reading to learn more about the 2018 Mercedes-Benz A-Class.


PostHeaderIcon Mercedes-Benz A-Class With AMG Body Kit

A while back, Mercedes-AMG released a body kit for the C-Class that brought a new front spoiler, side skirts, and rear diffuser, among other things. Due to the overwhelming success of the offering, Mercedes-AMG as decided to expand its offering to the A-Class – specifically the A 250 Sport 4MATIC and other A-Class models equipped with AMG-Line.

These new panels are designed by AMG to offer a unique and individual look for the little hatch and are now available for purchase and installation at all Mercedes dealerships. Due to the overall design of the body kit, installation is very simple, thus, less time consuming. Because of how they are made, they come from the factory with a gloss-black finish and don’t require any painting. There are five parts available in total, all available for individual purchase depending on customer interest.

The body kit offering will eventually extend to other Mercedes models like the C-Class Cabriolet and the CLA saloon sometime in the middle of this year. Before we get too far ahead of ourselves, though, let’s take a look at the A-Class with the full body kit installed and talk a little about what it offers in terms of uniqueness and individuality.

Continue reading to learn more about the Mercedes A-Class With AMG Body Kit.


PostHeaderIcon Chris Harris Makes Short Report On 2015 Frankfurt; Drives A45 AMG: Video

The 2015 Frankfurt Auto Show has come to an end, but that doesn’t mean that it is dead just yet. If you’re like me, taking a journey to another country for an auto show just doesn’t fit well in the budget. Then again, who needs to do that when people like Chris Harris put together short and interesting videos that give us a glimpse into what we aren’t able to experience for ourselves.

This video by Chris showcases various models like the 2016 Ford Focus RS, and the 2015 Porsche Mission E concept, among others from BMW, Volkswagen and Lamborghini to name a few. Of course, watching a video of cars doing nothing but looking gorgeous can get boring pretty quick, but that won’t happen here, because in the middle of the video, we get to see Chris review the 2015 Mercedes-AMG A45 as he slides around the track.

The 2015 Mercedes-AMG A45 is one quick hatchback. Far from cheap, it starts out at nearly $63,000, but comes with a segment-topping 381 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of torque. As you’ll see in the video, it hits 62 mph (100 kph) in a mere 4.2 seconds. The A45 isn’t the only interesting thing you’ll see in the video, though. Just wait until you see how big BMW’s display is. Enjoy!


PostHeaderIcon Official: 2016 Mercedes A-Class Facelift

2016 Mercedes A-Class-0

Mercedes-Benz took the wraps of a mildly face-lifted version of the A-Class hatchback designed to keep the car fresh for another two to three years. The 2016 Mercedes A-Class Faceilft reconciles, according to the car maker, “sporty performance and enhanced comfort.”

The way it does that by offering a wide range of engines, from frugal and weak diesel units, all the way up to a 380 horsepower in the new A45 AMG model. What’s more, the new generation A-Class also boasts a tailored version of the DYNAMIC SELECT system which allows the driver to change the characteristic of the car at the touch of a button. Usually all these systems do is make the car more uncomfortable, but Mercedes promises their work more profoundly than that. 

Looks-wise, the 2016 Mercedes A-Class Facelift comes with a diamond grille, new LED High Performance headlamps (optional extra; standard for A 45) and newly designed rear lights with exhaust tailpipes integrated into the bumper. Inside, you get a new instrument cluster of tubular design, a large main display, and new colors and materials such as Sahara Beige / black leather in the Exclusive package.

The engine lineup for the 2016 A-Class starts with the 80 kW (109 hp) A 180 d SE that does 3.5 liter/100 km, and goes up to 130 kW (177 hp) A 220 d, 160 kW (218 hp) A 250 AMG 4MATIC, and tops out with the 280 kW (381 hp) A 45 AMG 4MATIC. A 7G-DCT dual clutch transmission is standard across the range.

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PostHeaderIcon Future Mercedes-AMG Models Will Get Electric Turbos

Electric turbocharging is biggest trend going right when it comes to engine innovation, and now Mercedes-AMG is considering the new technology for use in future small-displacement, high-output engines in compact cars, including the next CLA 45 AMG.

The current 2014 Mercedes-Benz CLA 45 AMG produces an enormous 360 horsepower and 331 pound-feet of torque from its traditionally turbocharged 2.0-liter engine. Not exactly lacking, but Mercedes-AMG compact car boss, Steffen Jastrow, recently told Auto Express that more power is needed and electric turbos are likely the way forward for compact AMGs.

“Of course we need more power for the next-generation of cars, but electrification does not mean we have to use an electric drivetrain,” says Jastrow. “They have to be faster and e-turbos are an option. We use them in motorsport, but the technology has to be payable for the customer.”

If it happens, we’ll probably see AMG’s first electric-turbocharged cars after the next A-Class (which will also spawn a new CLA and GLA) debuts in in 2017.

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PostHeaderIcon Mercedes A45 AMG Testing In Germany: Spy Shots

Launched about a couple of years ago, the Mercedes-Benz A45 AMG is about to receive a facelift for the 2016 model year. The hot-hatch was spotted testing somewhere in Germany recently, a hint that it might make its public debut by the end of 2015.

Much like the facelifted A-Class, the new A45 AMG will have only minor changes. Although not yet visible on this prototype, it should receive a new bumpers, revised headlamp and taillight clusters, and bigger front intakes. All told, the facelift will be as aggressive as its predecessor on the outside. Inside the cabin, changes will likely be limited to a revised instrument cluster, updated tech, and maybe a slightly rearranged center console layout.

More important modifications should take place under the hood. Word has it AMG will not only update the current 2.0-liter four-pot, but launch an S model as well. While the standard model might get bumped to as much as 375 horsepower, 20 horses more than the current car, the A45 AMG S could deliver some 400 horsepower, which would be enough to make Volkswagen’s upcoming Golf R400 feel uncomfortable.

With the A-Class set to break cover at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September, I expect the A45 AMG to arrive sometime in the fourth quarter of the year. There’s no word as to whether Mercedes will finally bring it to the U.S. or not. You’d better keep them fingers crossed.

Continue reading to learn more about the revised Mercedes A45 AMG.

Mercedes A45 AMG Testing In Germany: Spy Shots originally appeared on topspeed.com on Wednesday, 27 May 2015 13:00 EST.

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PostHeaderIcon Mercedes-Benz To Replace Three-Door A-Class With Small Coupe

The current A-Class shares its platform with the GLA, a crossover; the B-Class, a small minivan; the CLA, a four-door coupe; and the CLA Shooting Brake, a sporty station wagon, thanks to the modularity of the MFA (Modular Front-wheel-drive Architecture) platform. What the A-Class no longer has is a three-door version, unlike its previous generation. That may change with the second generation of the MFA platform, when the three-door A-Class will finally get a replacement in the shape of a small coupe ready to take on the Audi TT.

Oddly enough, when Mercedes-Benz unveiled the Concept A-Class, it chose to use a three-door body, even though the production A-Class only came as a five-door. Merc decided to keep it more simple with the latest A-Class, probably fearing that such a model might take sales form the “baby-CLS”, a.k.a. the CLA. Now that the CLA is coming of age and everyone sees it as a standalone model, Autocar thinks that Mercedes-Benz will introduce a two-door coupe to accompany it against both the TT and the future BMW 2 Series Coupe.

The British magazine says that the plan is currently at the drawing board stage, even though Dieter Zetsche, Daimler’s CEO, is allegedly a fervent supporter of such a model. Sporting a 2+2 configuration with either front-wheel drive or AWD for the more powerful versions, the small Mercedes-Benz coupe could also spawn a roadster version to go against the TT Roadster and an unconfirmed BMW Z2 Roadster.

Continue reading to learn more about the future Mercedes entry-level coupe.

Mercedes-Benz To Replace Three-Door A-Class With Small Coupe originally appeared on topspeed.com on Tuesday, 28 April 2015 09:00 EST.

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PostHeaderIcon Revised Mercedes A-Class Reveals Its Interior: Spy Shots

The three-year-old Mercedes-Benz A-Class is about to receive a mid-cycle refresh, even though it has been on the market for such a short time. A facelifted prototype of the model has been spied inside and out, and some parts of its refreshed interior are obvious under the light camouflage. As you can see, the refreshed model will feature a new design for the steering wheel, and some parts of the center console will receive improved trim and new interior LED lighting.

The model’s exterior will have fewer restyled features though, as Mercedes-Benz decided to operate on the A-Class’ specifications and overall technical package instead of going for an overly visual refresh. Since the Audi RS3 has recently dethroned the A45 AMG as the world’s most powerful hot-hatch, it is expected that the the Merc will get a more powerful version of the turbocharged, 2.0-liter, four-cylinder it is equipped with.

Keeping in line with the recent Mercedes-AMG strategy, when it comes to both nomenclature and model lineup, the facelifted A45 AMG will likely get two versions, along with a name change. The base model will be renamed Mercedes-AMG A45 and will feature an engine that develops around 380 horsepower, while the more-powerful A45 S is expected to come with over 400 horsepower, just like AMG boss Tobias Moers hinted in 2013. Both the AMG and the regular A-Class should be unveiled in September, at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show.

Continue reading to learn more about the revised Mercedes A-Class.

Revised Mercedes A-Class Reveals Its Interior: Spy Shots originally appeared on topspeed.com on Wednesday, 1 April 2015 06:00 EST.

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