Mercedes S-Class Wears The New Distinctive BMW Split-headlamp, And It Looks Perfect On It
The Mercedes-Benz S-Class wears the new distinctive BMW split-headlamp, and we think it looks perfect on it.
The BMW’s headlight seems to give the Mercedes S-Class a sinister look that is missing from the latest W223 generation.
BMW plans to use the new headlights on all luxury models, including the BMW 7 Series, and the upcoming XM.
The new headlights as well as the massive grilles, are going to be part of BMW’s high-end front-end design language.
German digital artist Andras Veres has worn the new distinctive BMW split-headlamp, first seen on the facelifted version of the 2022 BMW X7 luxury full-size Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV), on the Mercedes-Benz S-Class sedan.
Though, this controversial styling feature may never arrive on the flagship Mercedes-Benz, but we have to say that the latest S-Class wears the split-headlamp design better.
The BMW’s headlight, in addition to not fighting with the traditional Tri-star grille for attention, also gives the Mercedes-Benz S-Class a sinister look that is missing from the latest W223 generation.
BMW plans to use these new headlights on all luxury models, including the now revealed flagships BMW X7 SAV and 7 SERIES Sedan, as well as the upcoming BMW XM.
The new headlights as well as the massive grilles, are going to be part of BMW’s high-end front-end design language, as the German automaker doubles-down on controversial designs for its luxury cars.
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