One thing I will never understand about the automakers.
Why do you try to hide vehicles that EVERYONE knows already exists, and EVERYONE knows is about to make a big debut?
In the age of social media, digital cameras and high-resolution camera phones you cannot expect to shoot a production in the middle of a downtown area and not expect to get spied!
But Mercedes-Benz tried with the all-new S65 AMG in Rotterdam.
Frankly there's not too much to see if you've already taken a good look at the all-new S63 AMG. The S65 adds some more chrome bits to the front facade and a chromed out matrix grille as seen on other luxury vehicles from Bentley and Jaguar. In addition you'll note the gold brake calipers as seen on other high-performance AMG products that are distinctly sporting carbon ceramics. Oh and the "V12 biturbo" and "S65" badges are a dead giveaway.
Check out the FULL clip below...
SCOOP: The 2014 Mercedes-Benz S 65 AMG has been caught on camera without any camouflage during a commercial shoot.
Deliveries are expected to begin in March 2014, following the car's unveiling in November 2013 at the L.A. Auto Show. Noticeable modifications include additional chrome on the front grille, shiny mesh on the front bumper, different multi-spoke alloys along with the obvious "V12 Biturbo" & "S 65" lettering.
They were shooting a commercial video in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. There was also a 2014 S 63 AMG as you can see at the end of the video. The guys from Mercedes-Benz were not happy at all, they tried to keep? me from filming it. I was in public so they can't stop me.