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A new S-Class
With lots of buttons to delight every little kid and all button pushing fetishist going!
These are the latest pictures to emerge of the forthcoming Mercedes S-class, which has been spotted testing in Spain.
Without much of its original protective camouflage, the overall shape and much of the detail design of the new car can be seen. In profile the car shares its overall design with the current C-class, with an additional distinctive character line running from the wing mirrors to the rear door, breaking up the visual bulk of this much larger car.
Also clearly on display are the new LED-integrated headlamps and the wider chrome front grille.
The new S-class will be offered not only in standard and long-wheelbase guises, but will also be available in even more luxurious Pullman editions, to fill the gap in the range left by the Maybach.
A cabriolet edition will also eventually make an appearance, as will a two-door version, which will replace the current CL coupé.