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2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class interior revealed

The slow-motion unveiling of the W223 Mercedes-Benz S-Class continues with the largely button-free cabin the latest piece to be more fully unveiled.

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Derek Fung
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Mercedes-Benz has always used the S-Class to show just how luxurious its cabins can be, and the 2021 model is no exception.

The new S-Class will feature fancy interior lighting options, and a yacht-inspired design theme.

Officially, the German automaker has already detailed the new My MBUX infotainment system, as well as its improved safety technology, including a catcher’s mitt-style airbag for rear seat passengers.

This isn’t the first time we’ve seen the interior, though. In May, photos of an undisguised S-Class were published online, and gave us all a good look at the dashboard, as well as the front and rear ends.

According to Mercedes-Benz, the cabin of the new S-Class has a comfortable lounge-like feel. The trim was inspired by ship decks with gently-curved surfaces, and features a mix of wood, piano black surfaces and metal pieces.

Ambient lighting comes from a network of fibre optic cables, diffusers, and 250 LEDs.

Brightness can be adjusted through 20 levels. Maximum brightness is said to 10 times higher than in today’s S-Class, and can be seen easily during the day. The ambient lights turn red when an assistance system needs to get the driver’s attention.

Other features in the new S-Class include neck warmers, seashell-style front seats, and speakers integrated into the front seat headrests.

There will be multiple options available for the rear passenger area, including two or three seats, reclining seats, and a folding centre armrest or business console.

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Derek Fung
Derek Fung

Derek Fung would love to tell you about his multiple degrees, but he's too busy writing up some news right now. In his spare time Derek loves chasing automotive rabbits down the hole. Based in New York, New York, Derek loves to travel and is very much a window not an aisle person.

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