2028 Mercedes-Benz S-Class: Boxier Design, New Platform, Enhanced Powertrain Options

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2028 Mercedes-Benz S-Class
2028 Mercedes-Benz S-Class

Recently, digital artist Giorgi Tedoradze shared a concept illustration of the 2028 Mercedes-Benz S-Class on social media. A look into the future of luxury sedans: envision a new S-Class with a sharper look.

This imagined design boasts a bolder grille, sleek headlights, and a more sculpted bumper compared to the current model. The silhouette hints at a different profile and potentially a lower rear end.

While the artist behind this rendering keeps the back and interior under wraps, these hidden areas are expected to receive significant makeovers. Car aficionados are eager for Mercedes to address feedback on the current digital dashboard, with hopes for a less tablet-like design.

whole quality is another area enthusiasts anticipate improvement on, following recent critiques. Whispers around the next S-Class suggest a completely new platform or a major upgrade to the existing MRA2 architecture.

2028 Mercedes-Benz S-Class
2028 Mercedes-Benz S-Class (Mercedes)

Contrary to earlier expectations of an electric S-Class, Mercedes appears to be focusing its electric efforts on the EQS sedan. This suggests that the next-generation S-Class, likely three to four years out, will prioritize alternative powertrains without a full battery-electric option.

While the mighty V12 may be retired altogether (except perhaps for Maybach variants), the V8 is expected to soldier on in various forms. Mercedes will likely place a strong emphasis on straight-six engines with electrification options like mild hybrids or plug-in hybrids.

To quench the thirst of performance enthusiasts, AMG variants are still anticipated to be part of the mix. In the meantime, to stay ahead in the luxury car race, Mercedes is planning a mid-cycle refresh for the current S-Class in 2025.

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