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Seeking a large luxury sedan and you only desire the best? If that's the case, it's pretty difficult to get past the Mercedes-Benz S-Class.



While the current-gen S just received a refresh, all-new spy shots clearly show that the three-pointed star is working on an all-new replacement.

At this point it's still pretty early going, which means the vehicle is in its mule stage. The overall shape remains largely the same, however, its rear doors look distinctly longer and the rear windscreen appears to have a greater rake than before. I'd wager Mercedes is going to make sure this all-new body is more slippery through the air to help its fuel efficiency along.

Covered head-to-toe in camouflage and equipped with body armor, it's exceedingly difficult to see what's what. But, stay tuned to AutoSpies.com as we keep close tabs on the latest S-Class developments.

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Prototypes of the new Mercedes S-Class saloon, which is set to launch in 2020, have been pictured undergoing development testing by our spy photographers in the Arctic Circle.

Despite Mercedes’ current S-Class saloon receiving a hefty facelift last year, these spy shots confirm that a full replacement is on the horizon and will bring a completely new look and advanced tech to the luxury segment. A new S-class coupe will also appear faced with fresh opposition in the shape of the BMW 8 Series...



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SPIED: Mercedes-Benz Turns Its Two Barrels To Other Large Luxury Sedans, SEE These All-new Spy Shots Of The Next-gen S-Class

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