Mercedes-AMG not too long ago took the wraps off the first-ever A35 sedan, which is predicated on the standard-wheelbase A-class sedan. In the present day, we’ve bought our fingers on a brand new set of images of an all-new Mercedes-AMG A35 L sedan that’s prone to make its debut on the upcoming Shanghai Auto present.
The A35 L sits on a wheelbase that’s prolonged by 60mm over the usual A35 sedan, which makes it one of many only a few long-wheelbase Mercedes fashions to get correct AMG therapy. It’s primarily based on the long-wheelbase A-class sedan (Codename: Z177) that’s at present bought solely in China. Like the usual A35 sedan, the A35 L is powered by the identical 2.Zero-litre, four-cylinder engine that produces 306hp and 400Nm of torque. The engine is mated to a 7-speed dual-clutch computerized transmission.
Whereas the usual A35 comes with 4Matic all-wheel-drive tech, it’s but to be confirmed whether or not the A35 L will get the identical setup. The usual sedan can do Zero-100kph in four.8sec, whereas the lengthened A35 L is predicted to the touch 100kph beneath 5sec.
On the design entrance, the A35 L will get related styling like those seen on the usual automobile that features enlarged air intakes upfront, a entrance splitter and 18-inch alloy wheels as customary. It additionally options an aggressive rear diffuser and twin-exhaust system.
The A35 L’s inside will get Mercedes’ MBUX multimedia system, together with a totally digital instrument cluster and infotainment display beneath one piece of glass. The sedan additionally will get AMG sports activities seats within the entrance. An AMG efficiency steering wheel (identical because the one seen on the AMG C63) is offered as an non-obligatory additional. The mannequin will get extra legroom on the again than the usual A35 sedan, because of prolonged wheelbase.
The A35 L is prone to be a China-only mannequin for now. The corporate is contemplating the non-AMG A-class sedan for an India launch.
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