Mercedes S-Class by Prior Design Features Plenty of Carbon Fiber and Crocodile Leather

Interior

Was one of the stars of the 2014 Essen Motor Show.

Despite having one of the most luxurious cabins on the road, Prior Design has created a custom interior for the Mercedes-Benz S-Class, which has been kitted out using a combination of crocodile leather, Alcantara and Nappa leather. Backseat passengers also get to enjoy some flat screen TVs and a nice bottle of Scotch, which gets its own storage area along with a humidor.

The exterior receives an equally opulent redesign, with Prior adding a carbon-fiber lip spoiler, side skirts, and rear apron. There’s also a redesigned front bumper with custom air inlets, a choice of two different LED DRL designs, a set of new alloys, available as 20s or 22s, and a sport exhaust system.

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