What if the Mercedes-Benz S-Class borrowed the design from the BMW 7 Series?

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When fans of the Mercedes-Benz S-Class saw the new BMW 7 Series, they must have thought: Thank God, it’s not us. Probably many Series 7 fans did the same. But what if it was them and the S-Class came with the split headlight design?

The controversial design of the front end of the new BMW Series sent the automotive world flying. Good or bad, only time will tell if we like it. As difficult as it may be to accept the new split headlight design for all of us who see car show cars on display day in and day out, we must be prepared to accept design changes.

A digital artist is preparing us all for an unexpected move that Mercedes-Benz could one day make with the S-Class. Andras Veres took to Instagram to show us all what the Mercedes-Benz S-Class W223 would look like with the split headlight design. .

It’s just the front that Andras digitally redesigned with Photoshop tools. But the move appears to change the entire silhouette of the luxury sedan, turning it from sleek to rugged. This is probably what BMW was counting on when choosing this design. Luckily, it didn’t even touch the radiator grille. But the hood now features a different front contour that surrounds the top of the extremely narrow headlights.

By dividing the group of lights in two, the CGI artist digitally reconstructs the model. Meanwhile, he claims in the caption of the Instagram post that the Mercedes looks better than the BMW with these lights. We start to differ. Let’s give the Bavarian Caesar what belongs to the Bavarian Caesar. And I hope this is not contagious. The massive cricket virus included.

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