The relief-like sculpture will be combined with an projection display later this month, utilizing light reflections to create a three-dimensional shape. The ‘Aesthetics S’ continues the company’s series of sculptures, following on from ‘Aesthetics No. 1’ (2010), ‘Aesthetics No. 2’ and ‘Aesthetics 125’ (both 2011). Previous versions of the S-Class, including the 189, 108, 126 and 221 series will also feature in the flowing sculpture, highlighting the visual impact of this iconic saloon throughout the decades.
“The Mercedes-Benz S-Class has always impressed with its timeless design, which has existed for decades and has always pointed the way ahead. The sculpture is a continuation of this, and sets the scene for the development of a new S-Class,” commented Head of Design, Gorden Wagener.