The Mercedes-Benz A-Class L Sedan may have celebrated its global premiere in Beijing less than a month ago, but rendering artists have already created variations of the new model. Here’s what the sedan might look like as a full-blooded AMG model, as done by X-Tomi Design.

Unsurprisingly, the Mercedes-AMG A 45 Sedan render looks very aggressive, with revisions like functional corner inlets on the front bumper that are now garnished with gloss black trim. The mesh in the lower intake has also been removed to allow for better air flow, while canards on the bumper add to the aggression.

Further up, the car gets a new grille like the current A 45 hatchback, with the AMG badge tucked between the two louvres. Elsewhere, there’s an additional black trim piece on the lower sides, and the same colour is applied on the wing mirrors, window surrounds and oversized wheels.

The A-Class L Sedan for China is a long-wheelbase model, but we know a standard-wheelbase version be revealed for other markets in the second half of the year. The German automaker has yet to confirm if a high-performance AMG variant will be offered for the sedan, or even if a ‘lesser’ A 40 model will be made.

In the case of the hatchback, we’ve seen plenty of mules of both the A 45 and what is likely the A 40, each with their own distinct design, most notable at the grille. The former looks to be wearing a Panamericana grille as a mark of its place at the top, whereas the latter retains the twin-louvre look. In your own opinion, will you prefer the A 45 in hatchback or sedan form?

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