Mercedes Benz New S-Class digital lights
RRoger Federer is already an ambassador for Mercedes-Benz and its flagship S-Class. The Swiss tennis player appears in the rear of the S-Class showing off his new digital lights, since he has been used to spotlights for more than two decades. the world’s media.
? Mercedes-Benz (@MercedesBenz) January 24, 2021
The Swiss tennis player already appeared at the end of last year in a campaign by the German brand together with Lewis Hamilton and Alicia Keys announcing the launch of the new generation of the S-Class. Roger Federer is one of the most desired advertisement men by the brands of all the social strata. You can combine a Rolex with the low cost clothing of the Japanese Uniclo, which is the one who provides your sportswear. And he does not shrink from his acting skills since he has dared to cook Italian pasta.
Alicia Keys, Lewis Hamilton and Roger Federer care for what matters. Just as the new S-Class, with pioneering technologies.
? Mercedes-Benz (@MercedesBenz) December 14, 2020
The 39-year-old Swiss will not be able to participate this year in the first Grand Slam of the season, the Australian Open, because he is recovering from his right knee injury, which will cause him to miss the Australian tournament for the first time in 21 years.
The digital lighting system in the Mercedes-Benz S-Class features 1.3 million miniature mirrors and each headlight incorporates three high-power LEDs.
The system, in addition to offering greater illumination to the driver, of course switching from long to short automatically so as not to dazzle oncoming vehicles, is capable of projecting symbols through the headlights on the ground or on the ground. walls.
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