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MB's facelifted S-Class caught testing in Germany

MB's facelifted S-Class caught testing in Germany
Santosh Nair Santosh Nair Friday 16 September 2016, 09:58 AM

Mercedes-Benz’ facelifted S-Class was spotted testing in Germany with a camouflaged nose and rear portion. This iteration of the S-Class is rumoured to be codenamed W222. 

MB is expected to launch this facelifted S-Class globally in 2017, and going by the pictures, this edition definitely sports exterior design changes, and a modified interior. Sources also claim that the brand will equip their facelifted S-Class with a new range of inline-six engines which could come off the same manufacturing line to reduce production costs.

Highlights of the exterior revisions include the use of sharper head lights with reworked internals, and a mildly redesigned bumper and bonnet section. At the rear, the bumper and tail lamps have been slightly modified. Sources also suggest that the two displays on the dash will be brought together by dropping the buttons that separates them. Apart from this, the centre console now features a redesigned interface with a new touchpad that promises to be more intuitive. MB will also equip the facelifted S-Class with a new steering wheel that should look sportier. 

Stay tuned to CarTrade for more news on Merc’s upcoming S-Class.

 

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