2014 Mercedes-Benz S-Class: first interior photos revealed

Article by Christian A., on March 18, 2013

The 2014 Mercedes-Benz S-Class will make its debut in May but until then, we have some photos with the interior of the new flagship sedan. Although we have no details, we have to admit that the interior looks impressive and the design is dominated by the ambient LED lightning. Still, many of you guys are expecting maybe a dramatic change, but you have to forget about this as the 2014 S-Class is far from that.

Other highlights of the interior are the heated and ventilated seats, rear seat entertainment system, six different colors, a surround view camera, design leather seats and an Air Balance Package which is capable to filter and ionize the air and releases perfume in the cabin.

Moreover, the interior will feature two 12.3-inch screen for the Comand infotainment but also for the instrument cluster. In terms of design, the 2014 S-Class will feature the new design language seen on other Mercedes-Benz models. Furthermore, the 2014 S-Class will be available in eleven exterior colors. Three colours are completely new: Anthracite Blue, Ruby Black and Diamond Silver.

Everyone in the world can point out a Mercedes-Benz immediately. The classic Mercedes visage flows like a gold through the company’s history.

The S Class’s elegant design has always communicated its era’s luxuriousness and automotive excellence. And this tradition endures with the new S Class. With its characteristic architecture and continuous profile, it is a contemporary expression of sensational clarity. The designs create lines from the elegant, advanced design motif to the traditional sophistication of Mercedes’ 1930s vehicles, smarts that reach out to feelings. Sophisticated athleticism and sumptuous shapes in synchronicity with timeless appeal and seamless dominance create a genuine design icon in the S-Class.

To emphasise the seamless dominance of the new S-Class and its drive to lead, the radiator grille is now bigger, vertical, and has a distinct three-dimensional design. With its lengthy bonnet, the continuous, curved roof line, and the slow sloping rear, the new S-Class has classic saloon dimensions. The size and space have been produced so that the Mercedes-Benz S-Class looks prestigious, and the strong roof line keeps in line with the car's sportiness.

A character line descends subtly from front to back, the brand's signature "Dropping Line", stylishly structuring the side and generating added liveliness even at a standstill.

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