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Spy photos of the next-generation S-Class

These latest spy images reveal a camouflaged 2013 Mercedes-Benz S-Class in various times. There isn’t much info about the next-generation S-Class apart from what we’ve written in previous posts. Daimler AG’s flagship vehicle will reportedly feature Mercedes-Benz’s new MRA technology, short for Mercedes Rear-wheel Architecture. The MRA platform will showcase a brand new four-link front suspension system that comes standard with air springs. Mercedes-Benz officials say that the MRA platform is extremely unique, being highly adaptable to differing road condition. The best about the MRA platform is that it allows Mercedes-Benz to play around with at least four new model variants of the 2013 S-Class, namely a short wheelbase, long… Continue Reading »

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New S-Class models provide a real taste of sci-fi tech

The new Mercedes-Benz S-Class is arriving soon – 2012 to be specific. According to reports, the new model will come in four different versions, all falling under the codename “W222”. It’s an attempt by the German car manufacturing giant to fill in a much bigger area of the premium vehicle segment with four bodystyle options, namely the standard wheelbase salon, an extended wheelbase salon, a coupe to replace the current CL model, and a four-seat top down. Now, you might ask if “Isn’t that a little too many S-Class models?” We might agree with you on that but the thing is, you can’t stop a good thing from happening. Mercedes-Benz… Continue Reading »

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Mercedes-Benz To Establish New Magic Technologies

Based on the news, Mercedes-Benz is possibly bringing about a latest ‘Magic Body Control’ technology to enhance suspension and to also present ‘Magic Sky Control’ system into sunroofs. According to the reports, the Mercedes-Benz Magic Body Control system will associate special mounts in the suspension struts that are likely to lessen sound-induced vibrations by up to 80 percent. The system will also remove body roll and balance wheel movements. Fundamentally, it will be the new stage of Mercedes-Benz Active Body Control. Based on the news, it will be manufactured in partnership with the ZF – a German engineering and gearbox company. The latest technology will first appear in the 2013… Continue Reading »

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