The technological features that merge space, efficiency, comfort, connectivity, quality and safety are aimed at maintaining the dominance of the new Mercedes-Benz S-class in the market for luxury vehicles. The new flagship vehicle, which was given the codename W222, will serve as the replacement of the older-generation S-Class and the 57 and 62 limousines of Maybach. It will be available in five versions, standard wheel-base, extra-long wheelbase, LWB, cabriolet and coupe. The grille of the vehicle will be wider and is more prominent than current Mercedes-Benz models. It will also feature a bigger headlight, contoured bonnet, intricately-designed front bumper, and a more subdued wheel arch flares. It will also come… Continue Reading »
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New spy shots revealed that a new Mercedes-Benz S-Class is in the works in China. Apparently, the exact location of the sighting was at a Mercedes-Benz dealership in the city of Qingdao in the Shandong Province. The source, CarNewsChina, is pretty positive about the car being an S-Class because the light camouflage revealed the traditional features of the variant. According to the report, the new car will be launched at the Chengdu Auto Show in China on September this year. Then, the car will roll out in the Chinese car market probably in October, just a month after its launching.
The Mercedes-Benz S-Class has constantly been at the forefront in design and aesthetics as it offers innovations that set the standards in the industry. The vehicle also evokes the values and strength that the brand offers to consumers. The 200 and 300 models set the trend for the Mercedes-Benz S-Class in 1951. The three-box design of the saloons in 1954 became the prototype for modern-day cars. It offered good space, low weight and notable aerodynamics. Safety was the primary concern on the body design on the W111 and W112 models. The safety body concept was developed by Béla Barényi of Mercedes-Benz. It offered a passenger cabin with a fixed shape… Continue Reading »
Rumored, and expected, Mercedes’ 2015 S-Class Coupe has been caught by photographers out testing. As you can see, it’s a huge car that will be, for its future owners, an ostentatious display of wealth like the Bentley Continental and Rolls-Royce Wraith that it aims to displace. To succeed in such a function, expect this upcoming S-Class coupe to have entire cows donating their hides to the interior, with high-end wood finishes to add to the veneer of luxury and exclusivity that this vehicle brings. Based on the new S-Class platform, the coupe will make extensive use of aluminum structures, portions of which will be recycled and recyclable. We can expect… Continue Reading »
A teaser video was released by Mercedes-Benz that showed the new 2014 S-Class prior to its upcoming launch on Wednesday. The new flagship of the luxury car manufacturer does not show much of the W222 S-Class since it appeared to have been recorded inside a studio. The video showed the two-spoke steering wheel along with the leather dashboard, which may increase the excitement level in any Mercedes-Benz enthusiast. The upcoming S-Class brings elegance to this particular model of the vehicle from the luxury car manufacturer. Images of the upcoming vehicle emerged earlier through a leaked brochure for the S-Class. The new S-Class will come in the S350 BlueTEC, the S400… Continue Reading »
A week before the latest Mercedes-Benz S-Class will be launched by the luxury car manufacturer, scale model images of the vehicle emerged recently. The model was created at a 1:18 scale and provides a preview of the upcoming luxury saloon. The new “W222” S-Class is reportedly an elegant vehicle that may fill in for the MayBach. It features a long-wheelbase that is expected to set the standard in its category. The upcoming Mercedes-Benz S-Class will be promoted in the same category as the Bentley Mulsanne and Rolls-Royce Ghost. A coupe is also set to take the place of the CL while a cabriolet will soon become the definition of an… Continue Reading »
Ever since the introduction of the Mercedes-Benz S-Class, it has provided a long tradition of safety innovations particularly when it comes to the body design and its anti-lock braking system. The internal research department of the company played an important part in the safety history of the luxury vehicle. Developing new features and conducting tests, Mercedes-Benz engineers have produced trendsetting safety features for the S-Class of the company. The safety engineering designed for the saloons is also being implemented in the F-125. This will allow the company to look into a future luxury Saloon. Passive and active safety features have also contributed to the overall safety of the vehicles of… Continue Reading »