New Mercedes S-Class is the ultimate humblebrag
The interior of the S-Class has come in for more obvious primping, bringing it into line with its E-Class sibling in terms of technology
The Mercedes-Benz S-Class has never shouted about its abilities. That’s despite the fact it has, since its introduction in 1972, been at the vanguard of technology for the German company, debuting countless innovations, not just for Mercedes, but for the car industry as a whole. And you thought it was just a status symbol for those that have done pretty well for themselves…
Well, now there’s a new version. Not that you’d notice...
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