2014 Mercedes S-Class First Official Photo Released

2014 Mercedes S-Class First Official Photo Released

Mercedes just released the first official photo of its 2014 S-Class sedan ahead of the May 15 world premier… Accidentally.

The German brand posted the picture on its mobile Austrian consumer site and has since removed it. A larger grille and teardrop-shaped headlights are the biggest visible changes.

While the photo doesn’t make this explicitly clear, this could be the AMG model or at least a version of the S-Class with a sport package given its aggressive front fascia.

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The S-Class will share a similar, albeit longer, body shape with the new CLA-Class when it arrives. Despite seeming to share styling cues with the new E-Class, most of the key aesthetic changes will take place in the cabin. Full interior photos are also still unavailable, leaked photos last month offered a teaser of what to expect.

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Discuss this story at BenzForum.com

  • Harry Martin

    Ugly. Not a Mercedes. Have a look at what Bruno Sacco created. I know, taste should not be discussed. But an outstanding brand has to have a distinct look. Meaningless lines and a Manga face is for kids. Yeah – that’s it: They designed a toy and then made it big for adults. Mr. Zetsche, this will not work. Daimler already has problems aiming at the matching consumer. By the way, I am driving a S280 W116. I now wet my mouth on a CL600/500 (C215). Boy, these already become real cheap.
    Now I leave and insult someone else :-)

  • bob

    Just picked up my 2005 CL500 today. What a ride.


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