While we wait for the official launch of the new Mercedes S-Class, artistic renderings are doing pretty well to feed the imagination. We have already seen one speculative effort and now we bring you a second version courtesy of Wildspeed.
Codenamed W222, the next generation S-Class has been caught on a number of occasions by our spies which has evidently fed the thoughts of the artist. The renderings feature a single frame grille that rides over smiling central air intakes while the additional vents reside on the outer area of the front fascia and incorporate LED daytime running lights. The headlights meanwhile show a unique design that appears similar to those seen on recently spotted camouflaged prototypes.
A similar engine line-up to the current generation is expected to be employed in the new S-Class range, albeit with emissions busting tuning and perhaps a few extra ponies.
The first body style will be unveiled later this year in the form of the S-Class sedan before it is followed by a long-wheelbase sedan, a coupe, a convertible as well as a Maybach replacing Pullman.