Tony O'Kane | Apr 8, 2009

Mercedes-Benz’s updated S-Class is less than a day from its official unveiling at the New York auto show, but images of the mildly facelifted luxury flagship have already hit the web.

2010 Mercedes Benz S Class

The folks at WorldCarFans were sent these brochure scans by a German reader, and it appears that there’s not much to write home about the new S-Class.

The sheetmetal is virtually unchanged, with fancier lamp clusters, reshaped LED wing mirror indicators, new rear bumper and a reshaped front bumper with LED foglights being the only standout changes to the exterior.

2010 Mercedes Benz S Class

It appears the S320 CDI and the S420 CDI models have been axed from the European lineup, however the S-Class range gains a split-screen entertainment system, parking assist, lane departure warning, upgraded radar-assisted cruise control and a drowsy driver warning system on the S400 BlueHybrid.

The updated S-Class range is expected to go on sale later this year.

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