What will be the next-generation Mercedes-Maybach S-Class luxury limousine?March 24, 2020
We have repeatedly seen the test prototypes of the next-generation Mercedes S-Class, we saw an even more luxurious version of this car from Mercedes-Maybach. True, there were a lot of camouflage on the noticed cars. Now we are showing a luxurious limousine without any camouflage.
In the end, this is still a virtual image of the German news, but it is also more than just an attempt to “guess” how the car will look, because the basis for the virtual S-Class are photos from the tests of the new Mercedes-Maybach S-class. The video that appeared on the KKS Studio YouTube channel shows the entire design process and the new Maybach S-Class. The car received a false radiator grille and a bumper, which were borrowed from the Maybach GLS crossover.
A full-size luxury sedan was developed taking into account the current design of headlights from Mercedes – exactly the same design was found in the noticed prototypes of the novelty.
The rendering is not trying to show us the back of the car, but we have a feeling that the limo under the W223 index will get wider taillights that extend to the trunk lid, as seen on many other German brand sedans presented recently.
As for the interior, get ready for the revolution. Spy shots showed a completely redesigned dashboard with a giant portrait-oriented touch screen for the MBUX infotainment system. He will largely dominate the center console, and through it will be “tied” control of almost all built-in functions, since there will be very few physical buttons in the cabin.
The usual S-Class will debut in 2020, but its more luxurious performance from Maybach will appear a bit later.
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