2015 Mercedes-Benz GLK spied winter testing

The next GLK was first caught back in August in Southern Europe and now testing continues up north near the Arctic Circle.

The latest spy shots of the second generation Mercedes-Benz GLK, show it winter testing during the night in Northern Sweden.

This is the first time the next GLK has been caught in snow.

The prototype reveals a longer wheelbase and a bit lower roofline, making it a bit bigger than the outgoing model to make room for the recently launched GLA, slotting right below the M-Class.

Overall design will be rounder and not as bulky as the current model. Heavy camouflage looks to be hiding a new wider grille and we also get to see little of the headlights. The rear continues to have temporary lights.

Public debut is expected for late 2014 or early 2015.


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