Looks like W223: new S-Class caught without camouflage

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Looks like W223: new S-Class caught without camouflage

The exterior and interior of the new Mercedes-Benz S-Class fully declassified before the premiere. One of the test prototypes caught in lens in China – the witness was able to look into the interior and capture the body, devoid of the camouflage of the film. Probably the flagship sedan series W223 brought to China for internal presentations.

With the change of generations of the Mercedes-Benz S-Class waiting for revolutionary changes in the design from the vertical rear light was abandoned in favor of a horizontal section on the trunk lid, the headlights were already, changed the figure of optics.

Instead of the two chrome inserts rear left one, it became more difficult form of the radiator grille: now the piece resembles a heptagon with rounded edges. Judging by the design of the front bumper, photospin managed to decipher one of the S-Class with the AMG package.

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The architecture of the interior is completely revised from the multimedia complex MBUX with two visually merged into a single cluster displays was abandoned in favor of a separate wide-screen dashboard and an almost square tablet infotainment system.

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Huge touch screen media system “replaced the” air ducts in the upper part of the front panel and round air vents was abandoned in favor of rectangular, as in the Vision concept EQS. In “digital” the interior was no place for signature analogue clock, and the number of physical buttons has decreased dramatically. But the removable plates for rear passengers can be a basic equipment.

Judging by the previously illuminated images of the new C-Class, the design of the cabin with separate screens will become a signature feature of all new Mercedes cars. More details about the flagship S-Class will appear in the near future, because the premiere of the sedan should be held before the end of the year.