Mercedes-Benz S-Class Convertible Spied Testing Minor Facelift

Mercedes-Benz is giving its S-Class convertible some minor styling changes.

Spy photographers managed to capture a prototype testing with new front and rear bumpers as well as tail lights. It’s likely that the facelift will also incorporate new headlights, although the current units are being used in the prototype. Considering the S-Class coupe and convertible have only been on the market for a couple years, don’t expect the changes to be anything drastic, which is evident by how little camouflage the German automaker is using on its test vehicle.

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The company also covered up part of the interior, suggesting that the S-Class coupe and convertible will likely receive a new steering wheel and instrument cluster. It appears to be the same full-length display found in the facelifted S-Class sedan.

Since the changes aren’t going to be major, expect to hear an announcement or introduction in the coming months.

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