Mercedes-Benz releases official preview of 2021 S-Class: front-end exposure

Mercedes-Benz has released the first official trailer for the new Generation S-Class sedan, which actually shows the front end of a car without any camouflage,media reported. It is reported that the code-named W223 this car will be Mercedes flagship model of the seventh generation, as the 2021 model son-on-market.

Mercedes-Benz releases official preview of 2021 S-Class: front-end exposure

The new S-Class will stick to a pretty close shape to the current model, but consumers will still see larger, more angular grilles, more complex and detailed low bumpers and slimmer headlights that appear to feature ultra-glamorous LED technology. It’s a luxury line model, and the company will bring the AMG version, which will feature more aggressive bumper and wheel designs.

Mercedes-Benz releases official preview of 2021 S-Class: front-end exposure

Mercedes-Benz releases official preview of 2021 S-Class: front-end exposure

Mercedes-Benz releases official preview of 2021 S-Class: front-end exposure

Mercedes-Benz releases official preview of 2021 S-Class: front-end exposure

Mercedes-Benz releases official preview of 2021 S-Class: front-end exposure

Mercedes-Benz releases official preview of 2021 S-Class: front-end exposure

Mercedes-Benz releases official preview of 2021 S-Class: front-end exposure

While the look will be improved in design, the internal estimate is where Mercedes really became aggressive. Recent photos posted online of the S-Class car show the huge central touch screen and minimalist dashboard used by the car.

It is expected that the new S-Class will introduce a variety of technical and security features, as is often the case with the S-Class, including more advanced semi-autonomous technologies than is available. All S-Class powertrains are likely to be equipped with a 48V hybrid, from the “base” built-in 6-cylinder engine to the high-end AMG V8 engine. Rear-wheel drive will still be standard, while all-wheel drive will be an option.

Mercedes said the new S-Class sedan would be released in the second half of 2020 and was expected to make its debut in the coming months. It will bring at least one high-performance AMG model and an ultra-luxury Maybach version, which may still use the V12 engine.