Gallery: 2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Interior Luxuriates
The next-generation Mercedes-Benz S-Class is finally ready to whisk you away from the board meeting in comfort. Building on the legacy of the opulent S-Class, this 2021 model doesn’t skimp on comfort, technology or design. That means, if you’ve become adjusted to the luxury of the S-Class, you won’t be disappointed with its latest iteration.
The expansive, twin-screen display of the previous generation is gone. In its place is a distinctly separate dual-screen system, with the gauge cluster screen mounted on the dashboard and the infotainment screen now placed in the center of the dashboard.
Mercedes-Benz sticks with its iconic, door-mounted seat adjustment controls.
With the 2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class, the team at Mercedes focused on rear-passenger comfort. With optional tech like a Burmeister 4D audio system and heated rear-seat headrests, rear-seat riding passengers will be comfortable. We won’t get this rear seat configuration, we will get a rear bench seat. Look for this setup on a Maybach, maybe.
Mercedes-Benz pushed for technology to be a focus of the 2021 S-Class’s interior. And, as we can see from the massive ipad-esque infotainment screen, the folks in charge also did not want the latest S-Class to do so subtly.
With a new S-Class comes, as you’d likely expect, a new Mercedes-Benz steering wheel. The new wheel comes with capacitive hands-off recognition, which means it knows when your hands are off the wheel.
Here you can see the elegant inclusion of the 12.8-inch infotainment screen into the center console of the 2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class. This styling of the infotainment screen makes the whole interior design seem more intentional than other interiors that feature massive screens tacked to the dashboard.
For those in the front seats of the 2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class, don’t worry: they’re nice too. The front seats also see heated headrests, 10-different massage modes and 8 ways of adjustment. If you’re wondering, yes, they’re nicer than most living room recliners.
Joining the list of changes to the S-Class is the new rectangular vents that sit in the 2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class dashboard. They click into their center positions with a satisfying snap. While the old vents were stylish, we imagine that these rectangular vents will look great in person. We also wound’t be surprised to see them in the dashboard of other future Mercedes products.
Mercedes continues to have a bevy of ambient lighting choices to suit the mood of the 2021 S-Class driver or passenger. There are 64 available color options with 20 brightness settings. That’s more options than you’ll probably ever use during your time with the car.
Here you can get a better look at the ambient lighting in the 2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class. While subtle during the daytime, at night the lights add significant presence to the interior.
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