The upcoming Mercedes-Benz B-Class appears to be towards the end of its test-cycle and nearing production. For the first time we can now show you some good interior photos.
From the photos it's clear that the display for the radio and navigation has moved up a bit on the dashboard. Interestingly it appears that the gearstick for the automatic gearbox comes with a steering column gear selector rather than a traditional gearstick in the center console.
Given the idea of this model is to be practical in every way, the move will save space and allow more possibilities for storage in the center console. Additionally it may be part of Mercedes' plan to offer the B-Class in the US Market (for the first time).
From the outside it's still hard to tell what the overall look will be. We suspect most of the design elements to be taken from the BlueZero concept car showen in 2009.
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