Spyshots of the seventh-generation 2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class (W223) revealing both the exterior and interior has now leaked on Instagram by cochespias.
The 2021 Mercedes S-Class is having a new chrome grille on the exterior and new sleek LED headlamps. It also gets a new, chrome striped front bumper. At the rear, it gets triangular tail lights identical to the facelift of the E-Class, and a chrome strip running around the bottom. Two chrome exhaust tips are also seen at the rear bumper.
Inside, the W223 S-Class gets a redesigned dashboard with a gloss finish, a flat-bottomed three-twin-spoke multi-function steering wheel, a digital instrument cluster, a vertically oriented centre infotainment screen and now even the climate control functionality too have migrated into the touch screen. It also has the redesigned AC vents and quilted seats.
The new S-Class gets rear-seat television screens at the backt, and what appears to be a touchscreen on the rear centre armrest. The center console houses the rear AC vents and underneath it is what appears to be haptic touch controls. The B-Pillar has AC vents, too.
In December-2020, the 2021 S-Class is rumored to be launched in India, while deliveries are expected in January-2021.
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GALLERY: 2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class (W223)