Mercedes-Benz shares images of comfort-focused S-Class interior

Cornelia Mascio
Agosto 15, 2020

While the exterior design and powertrains won't change much-Mercedes is saving a battery-electric powertrain for a standalone model dubbed the EQS-the interior will mark a major step in technology and refinement over the current generation. The new S-Class has been created to be the "third place", between the office and home, where you can relax and rejuvenate your senses with its new rear-seat lounge concept.

"Our S-Class customers are highly discerning".

Following a release earlier in the morning today, Mercedes-Benz has also dropped a few new videos on the upcoming next-generation S-Class, including an overview of the interior and two teaser clips, which you can check out below. The dashboard with its new architecture, modern surface design and ergonomic display arrangement is a particular highlight. The interior includes large trim elements built into the dash and are offered in the car's rear as part of the "First Class rear suite". For example, customers can choose a yacht-inspired open-pore wood veneer permeated by form-following inlays made of real aluminum. However, for this new generation, the firm has been focusing on making the vehicle as comfortable and spacious as possible. It does so via the use of lighting, aural stimulation, and massaging seats. With the new S-Class, we invite them to a completely new luxury experience.

Mercedes-Benz's all-new flagship limousine will be officially launched in September, however the German manufacturer has been drip-feeding details to the public for months.

The new MBUX can be connected to the Mercedes smartphone app, which will allow owners to set up to seven different profiles - preferred automatic seat, radio and lighting settings - and activate them by scanning a QR code on entry.

Additionally, rear passengers will also have access to the same infotainment functions as those in the front, controlled via up to three touchscreens; each of which can be specified with OLED technology and haptic touch feedback.

The ambient lights inside the 2021 S-Class promise to be more than just a visual treat.

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