Ah, the ultra-luxury Maybach. As on the standard S-Class, the nose has been upgraded with “extensive” chrome trim pieces and a new Maybach logo in the grille. But for the most part, the look of the long-wheelbase chauffeur machine remains the same.
So, can you spot the difference between the old and new S-Class? Did the facelift go far enough, or did it ruin an elegant luxury sedan?
Complete Upgrade Includes:
● Front Bumper Cover
● Rear Bumper Cover
● Side Skirt
● Exhaust Tip
● Front Grill
● Headlight Left + Right
A mid-cycle facelift is not meant to transform the look of a car, but rather to subtly update it.
There are many new technologies and engines on offer in the latest version of the Mercedes luxury sedan. Visual changes are tougher to discern. Can you tell which is which at a glance?
In profile, the 2018 S-Class barely diverges from the look of its predecessor. Note the same flowing, graceful body lines, broken up by new wheel options. The essential shape of the car is preserved, though, as we would expect from a relatively minor refresh.
From the front-three-quarter angle, more changes are evident. The 2018 S-Class gets new front and rear fascias, plus new grille designs, all of which help the redesigned model stand out from its ancestors on the street.
It’s from the driver’s seat that huge updates are evident. For starters, note the new controls adorning the steering wheel. They’re intended to let the driver have much greater control over all the various controls on the dual 12.3-inch color displays ahead of him or her. The Touch Control buttons can manipulate essentially any function, complementing the rotary controller and touchpad on the center console.
For installation we highly recommend a Professional to install them.
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Here's how the car looks now, just like a complete new car.