The new Mercedes-Benz S-class’ has made its long-awaited debut, with the new-gen model making its world premiere today. Internally known as the W223 (V223 in long-wheelbase form), the new S-class has – unsurprisingly – taken giant strides on the technology, comfort and safety fronts.
- New Mercedes S-class features second-gen MBUX system
- Rear-wheel steering, rear-seat airbag are optional extras
- Long wheelbase version to be launched in India in 2021
What are the fundamental changes with the 2021 Mercedes-Benz S-class on the outside?
It’s clear the design of the new Mercedes-Benz S-class has echoes of the facelifted E-class revealed last year. The LED headlights feature the ‘Digital Light’ system, which employs a module with three powerful LEDs that can project symbols and guidelines onto the road surface. Other prominent design highlights include a…