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Mercedes-Benz S Class at Frankfurt

At the upcoming Frankfurt Motor Show, Mercedes-Benz will be introducing the new S Class Coupe and Cabriolet.

  • Mercedes-Benz S Class

The redesigned S-Class Coupe and Cabriolet will have their world premiere at the 2017 Frankfurt International Auto Show.

The further-developed design exudes even greater sportiness while showing off the high technical expertise.

S-Class Coupe and Cabriolet feature a front bumper with chrome-plated front splitter and voluminous air inlets.

The dynamic looks are enhanced by restyled side skirts and chrome-plated twin tailpipe trims with a V12 look.

The AMG Line is also made more dynamic with new front and rear bumpers. Especially striking at the front end are the large three-dimensional air inlets, which each including two chrome-plated fins.

Innovative OLED taillamps are a new feature of the S-Class Coupe and S-Class Cabriolet.

With this technology (“organic light emitting diode”), wafer-thin layers of organic materials are printed on a glass plate and made to illuminate.

The total of 66 ultra-flat OLEDs act like floating elements inside the taillight. In addition, they emit a highly homogeneous light pattern in all directions and form a unique day and night design. Locking and unlocking the vehicle is additionally emphasized by an animated dynamic light sequence with subsequent dimming-up of the taillamps. The OLED taillamps also employ the usual Mercedes-Benz multi-level technology with different levels of intensity for brake lamps and turn signal indicators depending on the driving condition and ambient brightness (day/night).

Luxury lounge with Widescreen Cockpit and new generation of steering wheels

The interior of the new S-Class models is characterized by the two new high-resolution and brilliant displays, each with a screen diagonal of 12.3 inches.

All S-Class models are equipped with the latest-generation infotainment system COMAND Navigation, starting a new era in digitization and connectivity.

Near Field Communication transforms the smartphone into a digital vehicle key.

With standard Smartphone Integration, Apple’s smartphone-based infotainment system CarPlay and Google’s Android Auto can be used. If a corresponding smartphone is connected by USB, the customer can, if desired, switch to the CarPlay™ or Android Auto interface.

Mercedes-Benz S Class

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