Mercedes shows assembly process for brand new S-class sedanMay 13, 2020
At one of the Mercedes-Benz plants, mass production of a new-generation luxury full-size S-class sedan started. This is exactly what the video published by the brand’s press service shows us.
After the current coronavirus pandemic fettered the entire automotive industry “hand and foot”, the German Mercedes-Benz began to “get on its feet” – the automaker resumed serial production at its factory.
The German concern Daimler AG, which includes Mercedes-Benz, announced its return to work through a video clip that demonstrates the company’s new standard in manufacturing enterprises – face masks, social distances, etc. In addition, at the end of his video, Daimler also showed already assembled copies of the all-new Mercedes S-Class.
Already assembled copies of a full-size executive sedan on the video were camouflaged, although, thanks to previously published unofficial images of the car, we already know how the new product will look.
Looking through the pictures of new items that previously appeared on the Web, you can notice how the appearance of the S-class will change noticeably, both inside and outside. The exterior design, of course, will remain very familiar, although the Panamericana false radiator grille seems to be bigger than before. At the rear of the car, you can see the replicas of the CLS model design, although the S-Class rear panel has a metal strip that extends over the entire width of the rear of the machine.
The Mercedes S-Class saloon received a completely new design – it looks like the saloon that was presented in the Vision EQS electric sedan concept last year. The screen of the infotainment system is now in portrait orientation, smoothly “connecting” to the center console, in which there is a switch of driving modes and other elements.
The new Mercedes S-Class will be officially unveiled in the coming months. It is already known for sure that the new product will not be available in coupe and convertible versions.
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