Mercedes-Benz has unveiled the S-Course Exceptional Edition in each Coupe and Cabriolet sorts at the Geneva motor exhibit.
With European gross sales commencing in April, the Distinctive Version can be added to “almost any motor variant”, and carries a slew of unique appointments to make the now-exceptional flagship Benz that little bit more special.
Key enhancements incorporate an LED intelligent headlight system with Swarovski crystals, ‘Exclusive Edition’ lettering on the centre console cup holder deal with, 19-inch multi-twin-spoke alloy wheels that can be optioned in aragonite silver or himalaya gray/thulium silver, alongside with a choice of two paint finishes – aragonite silver (pictured) or rubellite pink.
Inside, there’s a exclusive gentle brown large-gloss sen – an “Asian hardwood”, evidently – Burmester encompass sound, and the Distinctive bundle, which incorporates nappa leather-based in porcelain/titian pink or porcelain/espresso brown with contrasting best-stitching and piping, diamond-patterned upholstery and perforation, prolonged nappa leather-based upholstery for the armrests and doorway inserts, alongside with a microfibre headliner and visors.
There are also unique floor mats with titian purple or porcelain edges, illuminated ‘Mercedes-Benz‘ door sill lettering, and seat-back pockets trimmed in nappa leather, also.
While the company suggests equally versions of the Special Version are offered with most motor variants, the pictured instance is revealed in S560 specification – this means a 375kW/700Nm 4.-litre bi-turbo V8 lives less than the bonnet.
We have contacted Mercedes-Benz’s regional division pertaining to Australian availability of the S-Class Coupe and Cabriolet Distinctive Editions. Stay tuned for an update.
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