The W205 Mercedes-Benz C-Class sedan has been spotted again, this time in what appears to be in more traditional, Exclusive trim, and as before, appears very subtle in its test mule camouflaging.

In this instance, the shrouding conceals some detail along the lower part of the front bumper, suggesting revisions to the air intakes, while higher up in front, the headlamps are due to be updated to optionally include the Multibeam LED setup seen on an earlier test unit.

Around the back, a revised tail lamp design can also be seen here, with a more stylised ‘C’ graphic replacing the previous design similar to that of the S-Class and the W213 E-Class. The lower section of the rear bumper also appears to wear some darkened foil, possibly hinting at a revision of design here, too.

Previous sightings also revealed revisions to the interior, chiefly a new steering wheel design with smaller centre boss, while the infotainment controls’ shortcut buttons have been omitted.

The mid-lifecycle update is typically a good time for the introduction of new drivetrain, namely the latest OM654 2.0 litre turbodiesel engines along with the marque’s latest 9G-Tronic nine-speed automatic transmission; new petrol engines could possibly feature later on in the C-Class’ W205 lifecycle, too.

GALLERY: Mercedes-Benz W205 C-Class facelift

GALLERY: Mercedes-Benz W205 C-Class estate facelift (with interior)