It’s easy to love the 2019 Mercedes Benz S Class, but with a recently announced special edition that will be available in the 2019 Mercedes Benz S Class Coupe and Cabriolet, the most discerning luxury buyers will enjoy an even more unique model.
Exterior and Interior
Like the sedan, the 2019 Mercedes Benz S Class has not changed much outside. He remains identical to his brother cut below the waist line, with almost all the features of the four door model. It comes with the same aggressive and stylish front fairing, a sleek rear portion with thin taillights, a muscular engine hood and strong lines of character between the arches of the front and rear wheels. It is above the size where the lid is different, with the metal roof replaced by a canvas cover. Fortunately, the soft top is almost identical to the roof of the Coupe in terms of shape and size, so the 2019 Mercedes Benz S Class retains the beautiful proportions of the fixed roof model. He is also distinguished from his rivals. It feels sportier than the new Bentley Continental GT, but at the same time, it’s not as aggressive as the Aston Martin Vanquish, which has a high dose of “in your face!” With regard to news, the most interesting feature is the OLED technology (organic light emitting diode) added to the taillights. They are now composed of 66 ultra flat OLEDs that act as floating elements and emit a very homogeneous light pattern in all directions. In addition to providing better day and night lighting, they also emit a dynamic and dynamic light sequence when the car is locked, unlocked and when turn signals are used.
Just like the outside, the interior moves without modification of the design and the design. Like the sedan and coupe, the convertible has the same monobloc dashboard covered in fine leather and accented with four air conditioning vents retro style. The drop top configuration added additional standard equipment, including the Air Scarf warmer collar, draft reduced wind deflectors and the Thermotronic air conditioning system. In addition to the coupé, there is the retractable roof, which uses an acoustically optimized three layer design with a fabric exterior coating that incorporates a butyl layer that prevents water from entering the cabin. The roof can be dropped or raised in less than 20 seconds and at speeds up to 37 mph. When the soft top is open, it is folded into the trunk, where it is separated from the remaining space in the trunk. The mid-cycle upgrade adds a number of new features, starting with three new wood trim: high gloss gloss brown walnut, satin ash gray and Magnolia Designo fluid line. There is also a new option for Designo Exclusive Nappa leather upholstery with porcelain and Tizian Red finish, as shown by the instrument cluster and the infotainment system. The all digital display behind the steering wheel offers three visually different styles: classic, sporty and progressive. In addition to content such as travel data or fuel consumption, the driver can now display the navigation data or the ECO screen. The navigation map has also been updated to include Auto-X warning messages, weather information, gas stations with current fuel prices, and free parking. The new 2019 Mercedes Benz S Class E touch control buttons found in the 2019 Mercedes Benz S Class sedan have found their way into the cabriolet steering wheel, allowing the driver to use them through sliding gestures, such as the screen of a smartphone. They provide access to instrument cluster functions and the entire infotainment system without having to leave the steering wheel, making travel safer than before.
As expected, the 2019 Mercedes Benz S Class comes with a new engine under the hood. Unlike the sedan, the convertible is limited to a single model that is not AMG. It has a new S560 plate and a new 4.0 liter V8 engine. As in the sedan and coupe, the twin turbo unit generates 463 horsepower and 516 lb / ft of spin. That’s a 14 horsepower increase over the previous 4.7 liter V8 engine, but the new engine consumes about 8 percent less fuel. This is possible thanks to the latest cylinder stop technology of the company, thanks to which four of the eight cylinders are deactivated simultaneously under partial load. The system reduces gas cycle losses and improves the efficiency of the four ignition cylinders by moving the operating point to higher loads. Unlike the coupe, the convertible is a rear wheel drive model in standard version. The 0 to 60 mph Sprint takes 4.5 seconds with the nine speed automatic transmission, while the maximum speed is limited to 155 mph, the standard for German luxury cars. The optional Magic Body Control suspension with curve tilt function is extended to cosmetic surgery. As a reminder, with this option, the body is inclined 2.65 degrees towards the inside of the turn and reduces the transverse forces perceived by the passengers. The system was designed to recognize curves using a stereo camera behind the windshield and a Road Surface Scan suspension acceleration sensor. Suspension control has been further improved and upgraded with the upgrade to a new stereo camera with significantly better performance. The 2019 Mercedes Benz S Class is equipped as standard with AirMatic semi active air suspension with infinitely variable damping control.
Price and Release Date
The release date and price of the exclusive edition of 2019 Mercedes Benz S Class have not yet been officially announced, but we expect these models will be available at US dealers. UU In the fourth quarter of this year or beginning of 2019.