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Metallic - Emerald green
Want to look classy but don’t fancy black? Go for this gorgeous shade of dark green, which is a much brighter and almost brassier shade than it looks on the colour card. It could almost be OTT but it’s a fantastic colour, so we’ll allow it.
Metallic - Graphite grey
Graphite Grey could have been far too much a default colour for the S-Class, and make it look too much like an airport shuttle, but there’s enough warmth and a faint hint of yellow in it that it’s actually more interesting than that. Subtle, but it works.
Metallic - High tech silver
Compared to Mojave, High-Tech Silver is just a bit too cold and bright for the S-Class. On a car this big, it just flattens out the shape and makes it look too slab-sided. As there’s no cost difference, we’d definitely go for Mojave.
Metallic - Mojave silver
Hands down, this is the best colour for the S-Class. Silver almost always looks ‘right’ on a Mercedes, and Mojave has enough warm tones and depth that it doesn’t end up making the car look flat or boring.
Metallic - Nautic blue
There’s a pleasant depth to Nautic Blue that makes it work well on the S-Class, and stops it looking too plain and too flat as some other dark blue options can. A good choice.
Metallic - Obsidian black
Almost all of the S-Class colour options are no-cost choices, so while this Obsidian Black is a fine colour, and looks smart on the car, it’s basically plain black — we can do better than this.
Metallic - Onyx black
Onyx Black isn’t just metallic black with a different name. There’s a touch of shiny brown, even gold under the top coat, and while you do need the light to be just right to see that, it’s an intriguing touch to what might have been just another dark shade.
Metallic - Selenite Grey
Selenite Grey is just a bit too dull a colour for the S-Class. It works OK on Mercedes’ coupe models, where the sharper shape carries it off, but on the four-door it just ends up looking dour.
Manufaktur metallic - Graphite
Manufaktur metallic - Kalahari gold
Manufaktur metallic - Rubellite red
Manufaktur magno - Night black
Manufaktur magno - Opalith white
Manufaktur magno - Selenite grey
Two tone - Onyx black/Mojave Silver