The Mercedes-Benz S-Class is getting a facelift as well as technology borrowed from the new E-Class.
The new E-Class sedan recently debuted with the German automaker touting that it is Mercedes-Benz’s most advanced model yet. Unfortunately that doesn’t bode well for its range-topping S-Class sedan, which means Mercedes is moving quickly to give it an update.
Compared to earlier prototypes, it appears this S-Class caught testing in the cold has some new pieces. Sporting updated headlights and a new front bumper on the outside, the more noticeable changes are inside the cabin.
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The test drivers forgot to cover up the interior this time around when AutoGuide.com‘s spy photographers were lurking, so we are able to see the new and bigger displays on the dash. You will also notice that there are no buttons to be seen between the two screens, making them look much more integrated. There is also a new touchpad on the center console.
Expect the facelifted S-Class sedan to arrive next year.
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