Dom­i­nant road pres­ence

The Star Malaysia - Star2 - - World Of Luxury -

Lux­ury cars come with head-turn­ing looks to give vis­ual muscle, and un­der­line their pres­ti­gious sta­tus.

A prime ex­am­ple is the 2018 Mercedes-Benz S-Class which had its world pre­miere at Shang­hai Mo­tor Show in April.

The new S-Class fea­tures three dis­tinc­tive ac­cents of light as an ex­clu­sive de­sign el­e­ment, as well as the newly redesigned sporty front bumper with pro­nounced air in­takes, in con­junc­tion with a new LED In­tel­li­gent Light Sys­tem.

Also, the new LED tail­lamps, rem­i­nis­cent of crys­tal jew­els, are quite a stand­out sight at night.

Mean­while, the pop­u­lar Volvo XC90 seven-seat sport util­ity ve­hi­cle (SUV) which sells for RM403,888 is vis­ually strik­ing, with the Swedish mar­que’s prom­i­nent iron mark, which has the iconic ar­row el­e­gantly aligned with the di­ag­o­nal slash across the grille.

To­gether with the T-shaped “Thor’s Ham­mer” day­time run­ning lights (DRLs), and the sharp­ened shoul­ders con­nect­ing with the tat­too-like, new rear lights, the Volvo XC90 has a dis­tinc­tive ex­te­rior de­sign.

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