The most expensive executive sedan Mercedes-Benz S-Class being sold today is super luxurious. The interior of the car is also very sophisticated and smart. But now Mercedes-Benz is developing a new generation that is far more powerful than before.
According to OtoHome.com, more than a billion-dollar was spent by the German manufacturer to develop this car. Besides, it is said many of the technologies and components of this vehicle are mandatory devices for Mercedes-Benz cars in the future.
Previously the prototype version of this car was caught on camera while strolling on the streets of Stuttgart, Germany. When it was seen, the car which was partly clad in a camouflage sticker was seen not equipped with a door handle. It is likely to use deployable door handle features, like a Tesla or Aston Martin car.
Not long ago, clearer photos were revealed. Without the cover, the Mercedes-Benz S-Class 2021 was revealed before its launch. The exterior design now seems to look more sporty. It could be that the car wrapped in camouflage has been using the AMG Line body kit.
At the front, the slim headlights contrast with what looks to be the largest grille ever fitted to the S-Class, clearly taking some inspiration from the also-facelifted G12 BMW 7 Series. The size of the opening has been emphasized still further by the slimmed-down chrome surround and a reduction of slats to just three. The large triple air intake design mark this out as the AMG Line model, now with more prominent chrome trim.
Moving to the rear, it seems that the boot opening is slightly wider at the bottom, which should make it easier to load and unload large luggage. Although the car has two angular exhaust tips, take a closer look and you will see that the real exhaust system has two round cannulas on each side, which suggests that there is something powerful under the hood.
Interestingly, the latest image leaked onto the internet clearly displays the inside. Dashboard design that is flat and flat appears without many buttons. Remarkably, the touch screen multimedia system that used to be on the dashboard moved to the center console into a giant box size, which looks like a Tesla. Maybe the function of all the buttons will move to this giant digital panel later.
The full-digital instrument panel in front of the wheel which is also large in size is still available. The design of AC ventilation holes is different. Infotainment screens are scattered for rear passengers. Two as a monitor that hovers behind the front seat headrest, an AC digital monitor from the back of the center console to the monitor mounted on the armrest. It is most likely that some of them are optional.
We are not yet sure when this car would come out. The relevant details of this latest generation are limited, as the details regarding engine specifications and features. But Mercedes’s aim to make the car the first to feature certified Level 3 autonomous driving – a feat that is even more likely now that Audi has dropped out of the race. Obviously, this car will once again determine the benchmark of luxury car technology at its launch later.