Mercedes revealed the dynamic suspension system of the new S-Class 2021August 12, 2020
The press service of the German automaker has published photos showing the new interior lighting system, which will be equipped with the new generation Mercedes-Benz S-Class sedan. As stated in the accompanying press release to these pictures, the interior of the new S-Class will become a “third home” for owners.
The Mercedes-Benz S-Class has always had one of the best interiors offering a huge amount of high quality leather, the latest technology and a large number of features on offer. But the company promises an even more upscale experience for its upcoming model – Mercedes has even gone as far as to call the interior of the 2021 S-class model year “third home.” That is, a refuge between home and work.
One thing to look forward to when entering the cabin of the new S-Class is the new interior lighting.
Hundreds of fiber optic cables, made from a fully transparent coating, cover door panels and floor elements, each fiber optic fixture consists of approximately 250 LED lights. The goal is for the new lighting fixtures to create a single, continuous line of light throughout the vehicle, according to Mercedes.
And these new lighting features are effectively integrated into driver assistance programs. For example, blind spot monitoring will alert you of a potential collision by projecting bright red animations throughout the cab. Additional ambient lighting also works in tune with the updated Energizing Comfort Control, which is only available as part of the Warmth and Comfort package.
All of this suggests that the 2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class should be really beautiful on the inside – more than its predecessor, judging by all the teasers we’ve seen so far. Additional interior lighting features and updated Energizing Comfort options are combined with the all-new MBUX infotainment system and a completely new design. The new MBUX features a massive vertically oriented touchscreen and a more sophisticated digital instrument cluster. The new Mercedes-Benz S-Class will debut in September.
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