“Nice Job, We Are Big Fan Of S Too”, BMW hails Mercedes-Benz on the new 2021 S-Class, shows off its flagship 7 Series sedan cruising on a S-shaped road.
The current generation of the full-sized BMW 7-Series sedan has been on the market since 2015.
Unlike 7-Series, 2021 S-Class features 12.8-inch touchscreen, ditching 27 physical buttons in the process.
Which of the two flagship sedans would you go for, Is it the BMW 7 Series or the Mercedes-Benz S-Class?
Mercedes-Benz on Wednesday debuted the all-new, new-generation S-Class with vast array of new features that its main rivals obviously lacks.
Shortly after Mercedes bestselling model was revealed to the world, its German rival, BMW, took to social media to show off the 7-Series, while also acknowledging its newly updated rival.
In a video posted on Twitter and Instagram, BMW’s full-sized flagship sedan was shown cruising on a S-shaped road.
The video was captioned on Instagram with :
“Hey, nice job @MercedesBenz. We are big fans of the S too…”
On Twitter, it was captioned with :
“What we think, when we hear there’s a “new S” coming…
Replying to BMW’s tweets through its Twitter handle, Mercedes said :
“We know we have a ‘nice S’, thanks for showing us yours”
Unlike the 7-Series, which has been on the market since 2015, the new S-Class features massive 12.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system, ditching 27 physical buttons in the process.
In addition to vast array of safety features, Mercedes flagship hands-free luxury sedan also comes with Level 3 self-driving features that works at speeds of up to 37mph (60 km/h).
Which Of The Two Flagship Sedans Would You Go For, Is It The BMW 7 Series Or The Mercedes-Benz S-Class?