With all the spy pictures we’ve seen it wasn’t exactly hard to assume how the car would look without camouflage. The new B-Class is official now and it will be shown to the public at next month's Frankfurt Motor Show. It will be available in international showrooms in 2012.
The B-Class's target customer is people who want practical mobility with quality. The B-Class’s interiors is influenced from the SLS AMG and looks very high on quality.
The mini MPV has grown in size as well and is now 4,359mm long (+86mm), 1786mm wide (+9mm) and 1,557mm tall (-43mm).
The rear seats of the new B-Class will fold in 60:40 ratio. An optional ‘EASY-VARIO-PLUS’ system will also be offered which will allow the rear seats to be laid out differently along longitudinal axis by upto 140mm.
The new engine on offer would be a 1.6 L gasoline engine delivering 122HP and 200 NM in the B180 variant and a 156HP and 250NM in the B200. A diesel 1.8 L turbocharged 109 HP and 250 NM diesel for the B180 CDI and a 136HP 300 NM diesel for the B200 CDI would also be listed.