Mercedes has released a teaser video shot of 2018 S-Class at the New York Auto Show.
Instead of hosting the 2018 S-Class’ world premiere at the New York Auto Show, Mercedes will unveil its updated range topper next week in China during the Auto Shanghai event. To full the customer’ curiosity, the company has dropped some teaser images providing a better look at the car’s lightly updated front fascia and modified interior cabin.
It’s a bit difficult to see all of this change but at least we can notice the headlights have a new LED signature with three lines shaped somewhat like a boomerang.
Inside the cabin, there are two noticeable changes. First, the steering wheel is entirely new and it likely has the “Maybach” lettering on the central spoke, however it is not clear. Second, the two 12.3 inch digital screen dose not separated as Mercedes has decided to merger them any more. One extra –wide display is created to enable a more cohesive appearance.
Moreover, the touchpad has gone through some updates and there is likely be new upholstery and trim options to get things up even further. Besides, the updated one will come with a full array of safety and driver assistance systems bring it closer to fully autonomous driving. This model is also equipped with a pair of inline – six gasoline and diesel engines, along with a new biturbo 4.0-liter V8 gasoline mill.
The 2018 S-Class facelift is debuting on April 19th at Auto Shanghai and we hope to see it.