Prototypes of the Mercedes-Benz S-Class 2020 re-seen on testsJanuary 18, 2019
According to rumors, the next version of the executive sedan Mercedes-Benz S-Class will be offered only with a long wheelbase. The car will be shown in 2020.
Since its introduction many decades ago, the Mercedes-Benz S-Class is the flagship model of the company, which receives all the most advanced developments. There is no reason to believe that with the new generation the W223 will be different.
The journalists again shot a full-size luxury sedan on their cameras. Seen prototypes of new items received a large number of camouflage.
It is reported that they already have a fully serial body, although the headlights and taillights, it seems, are not final. The door knobs are also covered with camouflage panels – we still don’t know why there is so much attention to this seemingly not so important element of the exterior. In the center of the false radiator grille are radars and sensors, which will play an important role in the already proven semi-autonomous control system of the 3rd level, which the new representative sedan will have.
As previously reported, customers will be able to purchase only the version of the Mercedes-Benz S-Class 2021 model year only with a large wheelbase.
So far not a single word has been said about the engines for the German novelty (in general at this moment there is very little data). It is known that now the development of an all-electric powerplant for the EQ S is in full swing, the car will not be an electrical version of the existing S-Class.
The new-generation Mercedes-Benz S-Class will be introduced in 2020 and will be assembled at the company’s new, modern plant in Sindelfingen, Germany.
Not so long ago, цу wrote that the brand Mercedes-Benz has published prices for the A-Class sedan for the US market.
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