The third generation Mercedes Benz M-Class was first unveiled in the European market in June 2011 and was launched at the Frankfurt Motor Show earlier in the year. Featuring plenty of key improvements, notably in design, luxury and performance, the 2012 model went on to post some impressive sales number from across the globe for Mercedes Benz.
Now, the German carmaker is readying a minor facelift for the M-Class. Prototype of the luxury SUV has been caught undergoing cold-weather testing near the Arctic Circle. As can be seen from these spy images, the facelifted M-Class will boast of a new front-end with redesigned grille, headlamps and revised day-time running lights.
The facelfited M-Class will be powered by the same set of four and six cylinder engines albeit with minor tweaks to improve efficiency and drivability.