Affecting parameters such as throttle response, exhaust note, transmission shift points and stability control calibration, five driving modes are on offer with the A35 sedan - 'Slippery', 'Comfort', 'Sport', 'Sport+' and 'Individual', which allows drivers to choose their own settings.
Adaptive suspension will be available as an option to further enhance dynamics.
Stylistically, the A35 sedan is more conservative than its hatchback sibling with less less aggressive front styling. On the flip side, compared to the regular A-Class sedan, the A35 adds a more angular rear diffuser and twin pipes, as well as a subtle lip spoiler and 18-inch alloy wheels.
Inside the A35 sedan is identical to the hatchback. The brand’s dual-screen MBUX multimedia system is standard equipment, as are AMG sports seats in either leather or Alcantara, and the AMG three-spoke steering wheel comes from other AMG models as well.
Much like the A35 hatch, the sedan gets Mercedes' dual-screen MBUX multimedia system.
The Mercedes-AMG A35 sedan has been confirmed to launch locally in the fourth quarter of 2019, not long after its hatchback sibling. Pricing and specifications are yet to be confirmed.
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