The Mercedes-Benz S-Class is coming back in black.
The Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe is already a sleek-looking car, but now the German luxury car manufacturer is expanding it with a new special range known as the "Night Edition" similar to what we saw in the equivalent AMG C63 Night model. Set to debut at the Detroit Auto Show next month, Night Edition models will come with a series of aesthetic flourishes. For starters, the distinctive radiator grille has been lavished in a high-gloss black finish.
Likewise, the exclusive 20-inch AMG multi-spoke light-alloy wheels will also be black and feature a high-sheen rim flange. Elsewhere, the mirror housings and the inserts in the side sill panels will also be coated in high-gloss black. To give the S-Class Night Edition a sportier look, the front and rear aprons have been adapted from AMG's bodystyling and come as standard. Further setting it apart from the standard model a "Night Edition" badge has been fitted to the front wings, along with illuminated door sills with Mercedes-Benz lettering to give it a premium look. Oh, and if the high-gloss black finish isn't to your liking, don't worry.
The special S-Class will also be available in a "selenite grey magno" matt finish as pictured, complete with high-quality special-effect pigments. Mercedes-Benz hasn't supplied any shots of the interior, but you can expect the usual level of luxury. The AMG steering wheel is covered in nappa leather and has been engraved with a "Night Edition" logo on the insert. Naturally, upholstery options include leather, nappa leather or AMG nappa leather in a variety of color options, along with high-gloss black poplar wood trim. The Mercedes S-Class S400 4Matic, S500, and S500 4Matic models will all be getting the Night Edition treatment and will be available to order from January 9, 2017.