Mike Stevens | Nov 1, 2012

Mercedes-Benz' upcoming 2013 E-Class facelift has been caught in (almost) all of its glory this week, thanks to an eagle-eyed enthusiast in Spain.

Speaking with Spanish website Autofacil, photographer Victor Gutiérrez Poza said he spied the car in the middle of a film shoot as he watched from his hotel.

Poza's photo reveals a first look at the big sedan's new CLS-inspired headlights, along with an updated grille, bonnet and bumper design.

It is also clear that Mercedes has smoothed out the E-Class' profile, replacing the rear 'pontoon' wheel guards with a secondary character line.

The wide front intakes, 'V8 BITURBO' badge, boot lip spoiler, larger wheels and big braking package on this car also suggests we are looking at the flagship E 63 AMG.

Expect the updated E-Class to make its global debut in the coming weeks or months.

[via Autofacil]

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