Mercedes-Benz has been testing the fourth-gen A-Class for a fairly long time. It was first spotted testing in June last year, while several camouflaged mules snapped over the following months. However, a recent set of spy shots have revealed details about the upcoming model's interiors.
Though the test mule's cabin has been disguised with mild camouflage, the images indicate that the 2018 A-Class will get a fully digital instrument cluster. This will be replacing the twin-pod analogue instrumentation found on the current-gen model sold in India. The digital instrumentation system will likely be offered only on the top-end variants. The images also point towards a larger infotainment display mounted on top of the centre console.
The new-gen A-Class will be based on the company's MFA2 platform. It will be slightly bigger in every dimension, while overall structure and silhouette will likely be inspired by the current model. Reports also suggest the Mercedes will be equipping the new A-Class with various semi-autonomous technologies that will be borrowed from its larger siblings like the S-Class and E-Class.
The fourth-gen Mercedes A-Class is expected to be unveiled at this year's Frankfurt Motor Show in September.