A few days ago, Mercedes-Benz revealed the all-new A-Class sedan although, at the time, details were scarce and photos were lacking. Now, the German automaker has rectified that by showing off its full specs, as well as a view of the rest of the car and its interior.

The A-Class sedan features the same front fascia as the hatchback. It has slim, upswept headlights and hexagonal grill, which is also remeniscent of the D-segment four-door coupe, the CLS. Aiding aerodynamics at the front are the tapered bumper corners, along with air intakes which are designed to channel air around the sedan.

2019 Mercedes-Benz A-Class Sedan continues four-door, baby Benz tradition

It has the same wheelbase as the A-Class hatchback but that's where the similarities end. From the B-pillar and back, it's a whole different car. There's a more formal roof line and the sedan gets unique rear doors. The rear quarter panel meanwhile droops downwards, similar to the C-Class sedan. Despite that, Mercedes-Benz still claims the sedan is more aerodynamic than the hatchback which has a drag coefficient of 0.25.

For the first time, there's a view of the rear and it gets a unique styling treatment. The tail lights are totally different from the hatch. It features a wide, wraparound design with a Y-shaped LED signature. Also, the trunklid sees an integrated lip spoiler, a design touch which, Mercedes-Benz says, helped them achieved good aerodynamics. Lastly, the rounded bumper integrates the rear reflectors jst below the tail lights. A long wheelbase model will soon follow for the Chinese market.

Inside, the design is largely similar to the A-Class hatchback but the sedan gets more luxurious touches whereas the hatch gets a sportier look. The dash design still incorporates a wraparound design with a 'floating' infotainment screen. A fully digital instrument cluster is also available. There are some retro styling cues to be found in the sedan. The flat top of the dash is similar to Mercedes-Benzes of the 60's while the rounded air-conditioning vents are a page off the iconic W123 body.

2019 Mercedes-Benz A-Class Sedan continues four-door, baby Benz tradition

Mercedes-Benz is highlighting tan for their interior color, further suggesting a junior luxury positioning rather than a sporty feel. Wood accents further ups the cabin ambiance. Of course, a variety of interior color and trim combinations will allow future customers a degree of personalization.

As for tech, there's new multmedia system dubbed MBUX (Mercedes-Benz User Experience). It comes with new wireless connectivity features, navigation, touchscreen function, voice control with speech recognition that can be activated by saying “Hey Mercedes”, and a heads-up display.

2019 Mercedes-Benz A-Class Sedan continues four-door, baby Benz tradition

At the moment, only two engines will be available for the A-Class sedan, namely one turbo-diesel and one turbocharged, gas-fed mill. The diesel model is dubbed the A180d and its 1.5-liter motor produces 116 PS with 260 Nm of torque. The turbo-gas variants, on the other hand is dubbed the A200. It has a 1.3-liter unit which make 163 PS and 250 Nm of torque. No manual transmissions are being offered at the moment as both variants are mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission.