OLD VS NEW S-CLASS! W222 & W223 S-Class Interior Exterior Drive Comparison

I am BACK with another video on our YouTube Channel featuring the all-new 2021 W223 S-Class in onyx black metallic with the 2017 S-Class in emerald green! 😍
In this video, we will be having a walk around showing you the Exterior and Interior changes of the all-new Mercedes Benz S500 AMG Line & will also compare it to the old W222 iconic S560 AMG Line where we will show you the old vs. new S-Class Drive, the Old Vs. New S-Class Interior & the start up.😜

The S-Class stands for the fascination of Mercedes-Benz: legendary and traditional engineering expertise defines the luxury segment in the automobile industry. The new S-Class can be experienced with all the senses – seeing, feeling, hearing and smelling – while offering numerous innovations in the areas of driver assistance, protection and interaction. Mercedes-Benz is shaping the next generation of individual mobility for our times with innovations that place the focus on people. The new S-Class uses digitisation for a car that responds empathetically to the needs and wishes of its driver and passengers.

The Mercedes-Benz S-Class follows a long tradition that extends back to the beginnings of the Mercedes brand in the early 20th Century. With the experience gained from 135 years of automobile engineering, Mercedes-Benz produces vehicles that take care of their occupants’ safety and offers a comprehensive luxury experience that leaves owners more time for the important things in life. Each model has decisively influenced the automotive engineering of its era. Well before the official designation S-Class, the models in the executive and luxury class were the mainstay of the Stuttgart-based company’s portfolio and have always stood for luxury, comfort, safety and lifestyle. The continuous ancestry of the S-Class begins with the model 220 (W 187) of 1951.

What do you think about the 2021 W223 S500 AMG Line? Would you go for the New or Old one? What should we compare next?
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