2017 Mercedes-Benz S Class Caught on Camera

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A Closer Look at Mercedes 2017 S-Class

Mercedes flagship model, the S-Class sedan of 2017 has been probed for aesthetics, only finding minor differences between it and its older cousin. The new S-Class will be sporting a lot of new tech in the same old style, but what’s left to really know is what kind of engine Mercedes-Benz has in store for this beast. Perhaps we’ll get that info at the upcoming Paris Auto Show.

 

With just a little over a week left until the 2016 Paris Auto Show welcomes journalists (and visitors) from all parts of the globe, the 2017 S-Class has been caught in the open.
Dropping some of the vinyl stickers from the front and rear bumpers, Merc’s flagship sedan continues to keep its lighting units covered, suggesting that this is probably where the main visual tweaks can be found, but even with the camouflaged completely removed, chances are it will fly under the radar for most consumers.
The cabin posed for the camera as well, earlier this year, and from those spy shots we learned that, besides the usual trim updates, the S-Class features a bigger set of displays,
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