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We’ve seen weirder camouflage. But despite the fact that this next generat hermes uk ion Mercedes Benz S Class prototype looks like it drove through a garbage bag warehouse, we now have a very clear glimpse at some of the new car’s details namely, the shapely front fascia.
Merc’s new flagship takes many of its new design cues from the F700 concept that debuted back in 2007, specifically the larger, more upright grille and the redesigned headlamps that now incorporate LED running lights (just like what we’ve seen on the new SL and GL models). The big sedan’s overall shape doesn’t change too much from the car that’s currently on sale, though things seem to be a little swoopier for this new generation.
Under the hood, we can expect Mercedes’ latest engines to be on tap, including the 4.6 liter twin turbocharged V8 as well as some V6 options. Naturally, an AMG model will follow suit, likely using the new 5.5 liter twin turbo V8 in the S63 AMG.
Look for the redesigned S Class to officially bow later this year.
Related GalleryMercedes Benz S Class: Spy ShotsGod, I might be alone but need to say that MB getting way behind BMW and AUDI in car design and style. I think current generation looks much better and please stop putting ugly led try lights on this expensive cars. they look like a led pen that i use at home.
May 25 2012 at 2:08 PM
Report abuse PermalinkThat’s not the E Class, AB posted photos from the facelift a while b hermes uk ack and the car doesn’t have such angular and curvy styling. The revisions from what I could see were pretty much limited to the headlights and tai hermes uk llights. If AB told me that what we wer hermes uk e seeing in this photo is actually the 2012 CLS (assuming it hadn’t been revealed yet) I would have believed it. The car seems too wavy and curvy for this class, compared to the more conservatively styled 7 Series and A8. Won’t make any final judgements until the car is completely revealed though.
May 22 2012 at 7:24 PM
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