Mercedes-Benz partially reveals 2014 S-Class

by SpeedLux

Mercedes-Benz is doing a superb marketing gimmick by releasing the teaser images of 2014 S-Class every now and then. Latest is that they have published a picture with the 2014 S-Class inside an airplane before being delivered by DHL to Hamburg.

There is no doubt that this all-new S-Class is company’s one of the most important and among the most awaited launches of this year and so we saw quite a few teasers being revealed in the previous year along with spy shots, some leaks as well. The model will be unveiled at Hamburg, Germany at the Airbus A380 delivery center and is scheduled to go on sale in the coming months.

The first versions of this model to hit the market will be the standard model and the long wheelbase variant which will be followed later on by a coupe, convertible and a Maybach-replacing Pullman variant that will have an even longer wheelbase. It is quite obvious that AMG variants are also in the pipeline.

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