Mercedes Benz A-Class Concept

Many concept cars have been known to only show what the future holds for the design and features of vehicles. But mostly there is no intention to produce these cars. The Mercedes Benz A-Class was no exception. This time, however, there are plans to have the A-Class go into production with even an AMG variant to go with it.

The video includes insights on what to expect from the upcoming model and some of its features. It also mentions on what the design might look like as well as some other variants that may be possibly built along with it. It could have been great if there was a readymade version that could be taken for a ride though.

While the release is still scheduled for 2012, do not be surprised if we could see a more updated version of the Mercedes Benz A-Class this fall.

Photos: Mercedes-Benz

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