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The next Mercedes-Benz S-Class?
To maintain its leading edge, Mercedes-Benz is working on future revisions like those recently revealed in the spied prototype above.
Outside, the prototype features the same graceful profile as the 2018 model, but with a flatter front grille, lower headlights, longer door handles and revised rear LED lights. Inside, the wide tablet-style instrument panel of the 2018 model has been replaced with a smaller screen and what appears to be a vertical screen in the center console. No photos of the engine were captured, but one can assume a continuation of the acclaimed inline-six or twin-turbo V-8.
Of course, future models are still in development and the changes revealed in this prototype may or may not appear in the 2019 or 2020 model.
2018 Mercedes-Benz S-Class luxury cars are among the finest automobile ever made, with potent performance, poised handling, a sumptuous ride, lavish space, unrivaled amenities and exquisite cabin quality. But one must pay for such perfection – anywhere from 90,000 to 250,000 US dollars.
Fortunately, the same quality that makes new Mercedes-Benz luxury cars so incredibly attractive makes them last for decades. So many smart shoppers drive used models purchased at a fraction of the original price from markets like Japan.
This silver 1991 560 SEL AMG 6.0 originally marketed in Japan was produced before the full merger of AMG and Mercedes-Benz. AMG features include aerodynamic bodywork, larger brakes and wheels, an AMG instrument cluster, an AMG steering wheel, and a 6-liter V-8 engine modified by AMG to produce around 390 horsepower. The comfortable black leather interior also includes auto climate control, front seat heaters and power adjustable rear seats.
In excellent condition with only 70,000 km on the odometer, it was affordably purchased through an auction in Japan and was exported for a client.
Another Mercedes-Benz luxury car currently available for import from Japan is the 1981 – 1991 Mercedes-Benz SEC, which many consider the greatest luxury coupe of its time. Even by today’s standards it is fast and comfortable, offering an incredible amount of driving pleasure for the money.
When it comes to Mercedes-Benz luxury cars, the future looks bright indeed. But used models still offer the best value by far and the Japanese used car market is hard to beat. For assistance in finding and importing a used luxury car from Japan, contact Japan Car Direct.