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2011 Mercedes S-Class Grand Edition

Any automaker that has survived a grand total of 125 years has plenty to celebrate, and Mercedes been doing just that with plenty of special editions and even a commemorative statue . Of course, since 2011 isn’t over just yet, Mercedes is continuing its 125th celebration with another special edition, the Mercedes S-Class Grand Edition. The Grand Edition not only celebrates 125 years of Mercedes, but also the 60 years of the b>S-Class . The new Grand Edition will be applied to the current Elegance and Avatgarde versions and will add an attractive sporty AMG feeling to the vehicles.

The Mercedes S-Class Grand Edition will be distinguished from the rest of the S-Class models by a new front spoiler that underlines the imposing presence of the S-Class and a new air intake that extends to the base. The side skirts allow the line of the S-Class to continue towards the back of the vehicle to the rear apron, where the rear bumper with black insert rounds the car out. The final touch is provided by a new set of 19" AMG wheels with 255/40 tires for the front and 275/40 for the rear, a sport exhaust system, and updated brakes with 350mm perforated front discs.

The interior offers sophisticated finishes, with a wood and leather steering wheel, sports pedals, and black ash dashboard.




5 comments:

Sorry to say but unlike you guys, I didn’t see this as a magnificent one. I find it too simple and ordinary. Well, I just only hope that it has an awesome and interesting interior feature.

In spite of having only a simple styling and detailing. It still looks impressive for the fact that it is so reliable on the road and very practical to use for everyday transportation.

It only looks very simple and ordinary for me, and I must say that it is so unlike with Mercedes’s cars. Anyway, I hope that they also include some pictures of its interior either.

Yeah. This is really a magnificent one. Mercedes is really into special edition, and this one is great. It is classy and luxurious. However, I am actually wondering how it will perform on the road.

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