Spy Shots: Mercedes-Benz ML-Class In The Cold

News I By John Beltz Snyder I November 30, 2010

Today, we received these spy shots of the upcoming Mercedes-Benz ML-Class in winter testing.

Our spy photographer managed some good photos of the updated lighting on the ML. The mule is still wearing a lot of camouflage, but it looks like we can see dual fog lights in front.

With a focus on efficiency, it’s quite possible we’ll see hybrid versions of the new ML when it is revealed next year.

Scroll down for the shooter’s notes.

Finally the 2010-2011 winter test season has started, and one of the first prototypes snapped up in Northern Scandinavia is the new Mercedes ML. The ML is getting ready for its debut in 2011 and temperatures at -20 C and snowy roads are a good place for testing.

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