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Two-and-a-half tons of Teutonic luxury in a desert junkyard.

Sold new for the equivalent of $134,000, this refrigerator-white 1998 S500 sedan gave its owners twenty years of luxury under the Arizona sun. Now it has reached the end of the road.

Official

System project graphics onto the road to warn driver of safety issues

Mercedes reveals Digital Light, an intelligent lighting system in HD quality that can project complex patterns on the road surface.

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Amping up the lavishness with the Exclusive Edition

Amping up the lavishness on the luxury two-door models

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The biggest, most decadent new German coupe money could buy in 1989.

Not many miles, but when something goes wrong on multiple-owner cars, it usually means a trip to the junkyard.

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It will look more like the newer Mercedes models

An update to the already new S-Class.

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A strong contender for our favorite modern Mercedes-Benz.

The 12-cylinder S65 Cabriolet is a stately boulevardier, a cavalier cruiser, meant to dominate via the sheer prodigiousness of output.

Mercedes has driven 11 million miles in fuel-cell cars, with water vapor as the only emission.

Frankfurt

Rocket's a good name for it, because its numbers are astronomical.

Rocket's a good name for it, because its numbers are astronomical.

Teased

The coupe will be revealed there, too

Fancy taillights for a fancy car.

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The S-Class, or Sonderklasse (aka, "special class") is the top dog of the Mercedes-Benz sedan lineup.

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A luxury sedan can't get by on mere posh and power anymore. Intelligent technology has joined the equation.

Posher, burlier, and also more intelligent.

Shanghai

A new S-Class and a compact concept will be there.

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The perfect option if you think the normal S-Class Coupe is too bright and cheery.

The matte gray paint is an option, but it's the shade you should go for.

Los Angeles

Only 75 of 300 total units are bound for the US.

A certificate signed by Daimler Chairman Dr. Dieter Zetsche confirms its authenticity.

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The engines are more powerful and fuel-efficient than the current V6 units.

Yes, one's a diesel and it probably won't come to the US.

Spy Shots

Spy shots show Mercedes' flagship looking more dapper than ever.

The luxury sedan is set to get a facelift because, you know, it needs more LED lights.

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