Captured brand new Mercedes S-Class with almost no camouflageAugust 19, 2020
Some publications have published photos from tests of the next generation Mercedes S-Class executive sedan. The prototype of the novelty received the minimum amount of camouflage.
Ahead of the official premiere of the next-generation Mercedes-Benz S-Class, which is slated for September 2, a prototype of a full-size luxury sedan has been spotted on the streets of Germany without much camouflage. Only the areas around the headlights and taillights are camouflaged, as well as Mercedes’ signature three-pointed star front and rear. And yes, this car received regular door handles, while earlier test cars had retractable handles.
These nifty retractable electronic handles are an optional feature that will help Mercedes’ flagship vehicle deliver an impressively low drag coefficient of just 0.22.
The camouflaged areas aren’t all that great as the premium brand has fully revealed the design of the front of its new product in a teaser photo. As for the rear, at the beginning of the same month it was also fully revealed, revealing wide taillights similar to those of the CLS model and with a chrome strip extending across the entire width of the rear.
It is expected that buyers of the new generation of the executive sedan will no longer be able to purchase it in two-door versions – coupe and convertible. The all-electric EQS sedan will be introduced in 2021.
Not so long ago, ФгещЕшьуіТуці wrote that Mercedes-AMG showed the capabilities of the One hypercar on the race track. The German automaker has published a video showing the process of a test drive of the Mercedes-AMG Project One hypercar on the race track. The prototype of the novelty was camouflaged.
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