Thanks to Saudishift, we can see that the lightly refreshed S-Class receives redesigned bumpers, new exhaust tips and trim at the rear, some minor adjustments to the tail light, and new LED head lights.
Inside, the car gets a new steering wheel instead of the old two spoke design plus a refreshed and larger digital instrument and infotainment panel. Gesture control and an improved touchpad is rumored to feature too.
Mechanically, the new car will get Mercedes's new 408bhp 3.0-litre turbocharged straight-six petrol engine that comes with an electric compressor and a 48-volt Integrated Starter-Alternator electrical system that promises to offer 'no turbo lag'.
The revamped S-Class is set to go on sale in the third quarter of this year.