Mercedes-Benz’s M-Class SUV will be getting its mid-life facelift soon. The facelited ML will receive Stuttgart’s new ‘floating tablet’ COMAND display that it has been putting in all of its recent cars.

We already knew this when we last saw the facelifted ML’s interior, but back then the new COMAND display was covered by a cloth to hide it from spy photographers.

Today our spy photographers have managed to get a shot of the interior undisguised. It reveals the new large floating tablet style COMAND display flanked by redesigned air cond vents which are now taller. The centre top of the dashboard has also been redesigned appropriately to fit the new items. It’s a cleaner-looking implementation of the floating display than the one that we saw on the upcoming CLS-Class facelift.

On the exterior, expect some revisions to the front grille (switched to a single bar design as can be seen through the camo), bumpers as well as daytime running lights, which will probably be moved from the current position on the front bumper to be integrated in the headlamps.