2015 Mercedes-Benz GLK spied again

The second generation Mercedes-Benz GKL has been spied again. This time testing in Germany with the same camouflage as the first prototype, which we caught back in August.

The new GLK looks longer with an extended wheelbase, giving more more for the passengers.

Going against the Audi Q5 and BMW X3, the second generation GLK looks to have a rounder design, making it not as bulky as the current model, which has not been selling very well compared to its main rivals.

The prototype wears black and white camouflage, revealing little of the new headlights and the new wide grille. The rear still shows fake tail lights.

The new GLK will sit above the recently launched GLA and below the ML-Class.

The production model is expected for late 2014 or early 2015.


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