Mercedes has whipped the big blue tarpaulin off the first official "Vision" concept photographs, the vehicles which will be the foundations for the upcoming R-Class and B-Class. The R is built on the same platform as the new four-wheel drive M-Class, and will be introduced in a non-concept capacity in cold-ass Detroit in cold-ass January. The B-Class is based on the A-Class platform, and is probably the single most compelling reason for MB to not bring the A models to the States. The question is, where's my Mercedes-Benz R+B-Class Keith Sweat Edition?
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