2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class interior fully revealed
KUALA LUMPUR: In the past few months, Mercedes has previewed the new S-Class interior a couple of times, thus keeping our knowledge about the car limited to a five-screen setup, front airbags for rear passengers, and intricate ambient lighting. Things have now changed, as the three-pointed star company has released 80+ interior images of the upcoming S-Class. And, therefore we can say for sure that the car has a lot more to offer.
The S-Class is one of the most exclusive models in the company’s lineup. It is a car that’s better to be driven around than to drive yourself so that you can enjoy all that it has to offer. According to the automaker’s recent press release, the S-Class interior has lounge characteristics and elegant airiness. The further it said, the car will act as a refuge between home and workplace.
The 2021 S-Class interior is inspired by luxurious yacht elements and will feature many real aluminium inlays and open-pore wood veneers.
Here are some of the key highlights of 2021 S-Class interior -
- The entire interior of the sedan features a minimalist design and offers a practical five-seat configuration
- As mentioned above, the 2021 S-Class interior will showcase a very yacht-like, nautical theme. Open-pore veneers and real aluminium inlays will be seen all-around
- The vertical side AC vents will help give the dashboard a design completion
- According to the automaker, the car will have a ‘lounge-type’ ambience
- Ruling the dashboard will be a big 12.8-inch centre display with a free-floating placement. Complementing it would be a Burmester sound system
- The ‘Hey Mercedes’ assistant now supports 27 languages and has greater support for hand gestures
- Sitting in the S-Class will not be short of a dream, thanks to its quilted and perforated leather seats. They will also feature a three-dimensional design which is supposed to go with the car ‘like a seashell’
- The entire dashboard will seamlessly blend with the front trim section, thus creating a single piece effect
- There will be two head-up display, with the more advanced one supporting augmented reality for the very first time in a production car’s HUD
- The car also features flowing lines all-over emulating a ship’s deck
Though there are very fewer switches, if there are any, they are grouped, like the seat adjustment switches on the driver-side door
That’s all on the 2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class interior, more information about its exterior and powertrain is expected to release soon. So, stay tuned with us for the latest updates on the subject.