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Mercedes Reveals S-Class Coupe, Cabriolet Ahead of Frankfurt

Two-door models take technology to new levels.

by on Sep.04, 2017

The 2018 Mercedes-Benz S-Class gets modest exterior changes but lots of new technology.

We’ve already gotten a good look at the mid-cycle update of the Mercedes-Benz S-Class sedan and so, just in time for the Frankfurt Motor Show, the German automaker is lifting the veils off two refreshed S-Class variants.

As with the 2018 sedan, the S-Class Coupe and Cabriolet undergo relatively modest exterior updates – with the exception of cutting-edge OLED taillights unique to the two-door models. But they now add a range of new infotainment, driver assistance and safety gear that will be shared with the refreshed S-Class sedan.

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The outgoing S-Class was a technical tour de force when it debuted just three years ago, introducing a range of features, including the ability to drive hands-free, albeit for short stretches of time on limited access highways. The new S-Class takes things a step further with a long list of new features that include:

Mercedes Planning Convertible S-Class

German maker reveals rendering of new Cabriolet.

by on Aug.15, 2015

Mercedes claims the S-Class Cabriolet would be the first ragtop in its segment since 1971.

Mercedes-Benz will be introducing an all-new convertible version of its big S-Class model, the maker has revealed.

Details are few – to the point of almost non-existent. Along with this rendering of what the S-Class Cabriolet will look like, the German maker claims it will be “the first luxury four-seater cabriolet since 1971,” an apparent reference to a full-size convertible.

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Precise details, including when and where the new ragtop will make its debut haven’t been revealed, but the timing of the announcement would strongly suggest that Mercedes will give the S-Class Cabriolet its first showing at the Frankfurt Motor Show next month. (more…)