With this prototype of the new Mercedes-Benz S-Class something wrong!

With this prototype of the new Mercedes-Benz S-Class something wrong!

September 25, 2018 0 By autotimesnews

Of course this is not a serial version of the long-awaited German novelty. Most likely it’s not even before the serial model and in the serial version of the model everything can be different, but we want to separately note the huge screen of the infotainment system – it’s at least very interesting. The official presentation of the car is likely to take place in a couple of years.

Sedan of the executive class Mercedes-Benz S-Class has always been without exaggeration technically the most perfect car of the German concern Daimler. There can be no doubt that with the new generation of the model, which will receive the intraservice index W223, it will be exactly the same. By the way, the official presentation of the car is likely to take place in a couple of years.

A few hours ago, our foreign colleagues kindly shared with us “spy” photos of the long-awaited novelty, which moved through the streets of Germany. Note that the test prototype of the representative car received a rather strong camouflage – especially we want to note the protective plates on the door handles.

It is possible that a full-size sedan will receive some innovations in this area, and maybe the company’s engineers just decided to play a trick on
journalists.

The most interesting in the video, which was also published, is that we can look into the still unfinished interior of the prestigious sedan. While the dashboard is largely hidden under a black piece of cloth, the screen of the infotainment system is completely open and looks pretty huge. Yes, this car is far from serial production, but still it’s interesting to see it.

It may well be that the engineers of the German automaker used such a huge screen for initial testing. On the other hand, already in the initial versions of the new A-Class in the cabin there are 2 screens measuring 12.3 inches (one as a dashboard and the other for an infotainment complex). So it is possible that for more expensive Mercedes-Benz S-Class, the company’s specialists will offer a more bulky screen.

Yes, we agree with the expression: “it’s not always better”, but you will hardly find people who would not like the combination of a large screen of the instrument panel and an equally huge display of the infotainment system, which are installed for example in a new generation of the Volkswagen crossover Touareg.

Not so long ago it became known that the Mercedes-AMG will never release a “charged” X-Class.