2021 Mercedes S-Class Shows Exterior Design, Interior Tech On Camera



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A month after the debut, how do you like the rear end?

The Mercedes-Benz S-Class is all-new for the 2021 model year. On the outside, it may look like a simple evolution of its predecessor but the truth is it’s an all-new model underneath with many technological innovations. A new video from the Mr. Benz channel on YouTube takes a detailed look at some of the vehicle’s features.

Starting with the exterior, it’s interesting how the radiator grille is actually the same size as before but the larger headlights make the front fascia look more imposing. Also, the hood is longer, the wheels are sharper and larger, and the C-pillar flows more smoothly into the rear shoulder. 

Features such as the optional flush door handles and

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Mercedes-Benz EQS interior shows S-Class inspiration in spy photos

We’ve known for a little while now that the upcoming all-electric Mercedes-Benz EQS would take some inspiration from the company’s newly unveiled flagship S-Class. That’s understandable considering the EQS borrows a letter from the distinguished sedan. New spy photos give us a better look at the interior and just how close it is to the biggest and best Mercedes.

The most obvious connections between the two cars are the instrument and infotainment screens. A smaller, horizontal display shows the instruments, and a long, cascading vertical screen handles infotainment duties. The dashboard behind the displays also has a gentle curve downward toward the occupants, and center air vents sit at the top above the infotainment screen.

There are some noteworthy differences, though. Unlike the S-Class, there’s no little cubbie behind the infotainment screen. Instead, the dash stretches, unbroken, behind the screen and flows into the center console. We can also catch a glimpse of the outer air vents, which are circular, rather than rectangular slots. This particular car also has an interesting patterned metal finish on the top of the dash.

The outside of the car is of course very different from the S-Class. The EQS is all flowing curves and smooth surfaces compared to the more traditional large sedan. It also appears that the EQS will be a hatchback. The powertrain will be the other major difference. The concept had dual electric motors making 469 horsepower and 560 pound-feet of torque. The battery was rated at 100 kWh with an estimated range of 435 miles. These seem like reasonable production numbers considering competition such as the Tesla Model S and Lucid Air.

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