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Mercedes-Benz shows S-Class scale models

 Mercedes-Benz shows S-Class scale models

2014 Mercedes-Benz S-Class scale models 30.07.2013

1:18 model costs 79.90 EUR

Mercedes-Benz is now selling a trio of 2014 S-Class miniatures co-developed with Herpa, Schuco and Norev.

The cheapest 2014 Mercedes-Benz S-Class you can buy would have to be a 1:87 scale model made by Herpa which is available in blue anthracite, diamond white metallic bright and magnetite black. The miniature S-Class is about 5.8 cm long and has more than 26 individual parts. It costs 15.90 EUR and comes along with a printed plinth and a presentation case.

Schuco is offering a 1:42 scale model of the S500 long wheelbase version featuring multi-spoke alloys, LED intelligent light system and a panoramic sliding sunroof. This one is around 12 cm long and encompasses more than 55 components. The hand-assembled model costs 29.90 EUR and can be ordered in diamond silver, diamond white metallic bright or magnetite black. It also comes bundled with a printed plinth and presentation case.

The most expensive miniature S-Class is the 1:18 scale model created by Norev which has more than 145 individual parts. It’s also based on the S500 long wheelbase and is approximately 29 cm long. Features include a panoramic sliding roof, multi-spoke alloy wheels and the LED system mentioned above. You can open its doors, hood and boot lid. It can be ordered in diamond white metallic bright, iridium silver or blue anthracite for 79.90 EUR. For this money you will also get a pair of gloves.

These prices are applicable in Germany and include 19 percent VAT. 


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