Mercedes-Benz has dropped some of the camo on their CLS-Class facelift prototypes being driven around Europe. In this single spyshot of the updated CLS-Class, the tape on the front bumper has been removed, revealing a better view of how the car will look like.

This particular car must be wearing an AMG Sport kit as the front bumper looks similiar to the AMG Sport bumper found on the E-Class (found on the E 400 in Malaysia). The revised front bumper is complemented by a reshaped grille, with a single bar running through the middle.

There are big changes to the interior as well, with the dashboard revised to use a floating tablet style COMAND display, which allows for larger screen sizes to be used. It looks like save for the W222 S-Class, Mercedes-Benz will be using this new style for the COMAND display for all of its new cars, including the facelifts, as we’ve seen this revision in spyshots of the M-Class SUV facelift as well.