A Scale model of the 2014 Mercedes S Class says it all

Posted on: May 7, 2013 - 11:25am IST

We have exactly a week to pass before catching the 2014 Mercedes S Class in all its glory but here is something which is a close second to the actual car.

2014 Mercedes S Class scale model front
The front adopts the new design language that debuted in the A Class

Seen here are the images of a brilliantly detailed scale model of the new Mercedes S Class. The images are courtesy of an Autoweek.nl’s forum member who goes by the name “JP2010”.

2014 Mercedes S Class scale model rear
The rear gets less bulky

Lets start with the front fascia of this luxury liner. As with the current car, a prominent chrome grill occupies the centre stage. Headlamps are akin to the new design language that debuted on the A Class. As usual, the detailing is exquisite and we particularly like the rainbow like LED daytime running lights.

2014 Mercedes S Class scale model rear three quarter right
The new tail lamps bode well with the rest of the car

The sculpted front bumper sports a trough shaped secondary air dam and the chin is underlined by a sharp chrome finished air spliter.

2014 Mercedes S Class scale model side
The profile of the car has been left untouched

Coming to the side, the profile of the car has not been fiddled with and that is a good thing. The roof and the window lines haven’t altered their courses and the only noticeable differences are the flared wheel arches that are ditched.

The rear of the car has also grown leaner, resulting in a more proportionate appearance. The taillamps are more curvy than before and the boot lid has deeper recess for the license plate enclosure.

Overall, the 2014 Mercedes S Class comes out as a much more elegant luxury saloon than its predecessor. Stay tuned to Indian Autos Blog for all the details about the new car.

Check out the 2014 Mercedes S Class Scale Model Image Gallery

[Source: Autoweek.nl]

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