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Photos of the New A-Class : This is How a Hatch Should Look Like

Clarissa April 13, 2012

We’ve known a lot about the new A-Class, especially when it was shown in Geneva. However, it seems the company wants everyone to know that this is what a luxury hatch is, and it should be this beautiful.

“The new A-Class impresses thanks to its uniquely high quality standards for the compact segment, achieved through the design idiom, the selection of top-quality materials and the options for combining them. Attractive visual highlights include, for example, the air nozzles, which call to mind the form of jet engines and underscore the high quality of the interior,” the company’s Head of design, Gorden Wagener said. He added, “No other car in this segment is as progressive as the A-Class. Absolutely typical for Mercedes is the sculptural shape of the A-Class. The character lines, in particular on its sides, lend the A-Class structure and terseness. The new dynamic style is perceptible at first glance in the interior as well.”

Well, I agree, the A-Class is a beauty, yet it is elegantly simple.


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Comments (4)

  1. I have to admit it that its the most luxurious hatch that i have ever seen. Its looks, style, features everything fits perfectly fine with it.

  2. So just when can I buy one in the USA?

    The A was at the NYC Auto Show last year.

    This year, it is missing.

    The MBUSA representatives on the floor knew little; suggested a 2015 launch (a year after the B Class).

    Unfortunately, the signs are suggesting that if the A does ever come to the USA, that it is going to die through neglect, just like MBUSA’s previous “failure to foster” the C230K back in 2002-2005.

    -hh

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