The facelifted Mercedes-Benz B-Class has been spied testing again, wearing less camouflage than before and giving more clues about the compact MPV’s refreshed design.
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Reshaped headlights hug the outer edges of the updated

Mercedes-Benz B-Class' grille, which sits more upright than before, mimicking the look of the smaller A- and CLA-Class models.

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Harder to see is the car’s updated lower front bumper and intakes, which are likely to adopt Mercedes’ new, more fluid design language.

As our earlier B-Class spy shots revealed, the refreshed model appears to today's car from the side, retaining its unique, wave-like body contours. Shots of the rear highlight the B-Class’ partially disguised tail-lights, which feature a new light graphic that does away with the current car’s clear inner strip.

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Rounding out the changes is a restyled rear bumper, housing more cleanly integrated, sqared-off exhaust outlets.

The upgrades to the facelifted B-Class are also expected to extend to its powertrains and interior, though details are scarce at this stage. The car is expected to be unveiled next year in time for a local arrival sometime in 2015.

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