A prototype of the face-lifted Mercedes-Benz CLA Shooting Brake was initially spotted as it was being tested in Germany. However, a recent video of the face-lifted luxury vehicle showed it in numerous angles including views of its interior, as shown on a report from worldcarfans.com
The CLA Shooting Brake was initially introduced by the German luxury vehicle manufacturer in November 2014, and it appears a minor facelift is already underway. The facelift may be officially introduced next year. The modifications are similar to the changes made on the recently-reenergized A-Class hatchback.
Among the changes made on the Mercedes-Benz CLA Shooting Brake are its modified bumpers, updated headlights and taillights, and some minor enhancements in its interior, including a new infotainment system featuring an eight-inch display screen and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support.
The interior of the luxury vehicle will also feature galvanized switches along with a better instrument cluster. The ambiance of the interior is also enhanced with the use of LEDs. The LEDs will also used for the headlight system of the luxury vehicle in place of the optional bi-xenon headlights.
Since the CLA, CLA SB and GLA were already provided mechanical updates based on the 2016 A-Class, additional modifications are not expected by industry watchers. Basing on the customary debut schedule of the German luxury vehicle manufacturer, the Mercedes-Benz CLA Shooting Brake facelift may not see the light of day until the Geneva Motor Show next year.