Just ahead of the coming 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show (November 20), a fresh teaser image of the coming Mercedes-Benz SL-Class facelift has been revealed. Having spied the two-door roadster once before with its front and rear bits heavily disguised, here’s an unmasked look at things to come.

Unfortunately, Mercedes-Benz is limiting this tease only to a full frontal view of the new SL, which shows the roadster wearing the brand’s signature diamond radiator grille with a centralised Three-Pointed Star, along with new and sleeker headlamps that appear very similarly designed to those on the AMG GT.

The front bumper features two large air intakes on either side, with a further two elongated intakes stacked above each other in the centre. The long bonnet appears a lot more shapely than before, as well.

Not visible here, but from our previous spyshots, we can also tell you that the rear-end of the SL will benefit from a few minor tweaks, in the form of a restyled rear bumper and new exhaust tips.

Overall, the SL-Class isn’t bound for a major overhaul in any sense — if anything, what Mercedes-Benz has just shown us in this teaser image sums up the car’s most significant update, bar a few expected tweaks to the rear and interior.

Inside the cabin, we expect to see the new SL adopt a few of the latest features from the Benz brand, such as its touchpad cum palm rest controller, larger free-standing instrument display screen, new three-spoke steering wheel and an updated dashboard and centre console.

GALLERY: Current Mercedes-Benz SL-Class