One vehicle we've been following the development of very closely is the next-generation Mercedes-Benz S-Class.
Regardless of what folks say, it still remains the benchmark for many luxury sedan shoppers.
While we've seen tons of exterior snaps, it seems that the real story is on the inside. In recent months we've seen interior snaps of a dual screen set up and new center stack. That's where the technology of the S will come alive.
The latest shots depict the exterior of the S as its parked. As the speculation concludes, it has to be near the final wave of testing. Most of the camouflage has been removed with exception of the headlights and taillights. It's painfully obvious that this is an evolution rather than a revolution and, frankly, we didn't expect such with the S.
Mercedes now can look to cars like the CLS to cause a stir.
Our spy shots offer a preview of the next generation Mercedes-Benz S-Class, type named the W222, being road tested. We don’t have much information to accompany the photos but assuming the car was being test driven in the place it was registered, as the number plate begins FR the test probably took place in Freiburg, Germany.
No matter where these shots were taken, we can be sure that the next-generation saloon is nearing the end of its punishing test schedule that has taken it to Barcelona for warm weather testing, to Denver for altitude testing and around the roads of Dubai and Stuggart earlier in its evolution.