2014 Mercedes-Benz S-Class
2014 Mercedes-Benz S-Class – Several leaked images gave us the best look yet at the interior of the 2014 Mercedes-Benz S-Class. W222 called internally, the flagship sedan fully unveiled in just a little less than two weeks at a private event in Germany. The leaked images confirm that the next S-Class’s interior drops the current model’s futuristic design in favor of a more classic style back to the 1960s and 1970s with round air vents and soft lines. Interestingly, the two multli function steering wheel loosely draws inspiration from the one in Mercedes’ flagship w108 and w109 sedans of the 1960s and 1970s.
The 2014 Mercedes-Benz S-Class traditional instrument cluster is replaced by a large high-definition color screen which was introduced by the manager. A second screen mounted at the top of the center console allows the passenger to control the car’s infotainment system. Outside, the 2014 Mercedes-Benz S-Class is more of a svelte looker than its bulky predecessor. Gone are the large wheel arches and large taillights. LEDs all around in the model depicted in the leaked images appear an AMG appearance package with cross-drilled rotors, but specifications for North American models are at least a few months away.
Production of the 2014 Mercedes-Benz S-Class flagship sedan will begin in August for a worldwide launch sometime in September. The entry-level S-Class will soon be followed by the new S550 4Matic in October and the S63 AMG 4Matic in November of this year. The AMG variant is likely to debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September.
“Aesthetics S” body structure, including front and roof, carved partly from aluminum and are offered in three new paint colors: Diamond Silver, Ruby Black and Anthracite Blue. Inside, the new 2014 Mercedes-Benz S-Class feature two 12.3-inch displays – one to replace the instrument cluster and the other used as the primary display for the board Instructions infotainment system. An Audi MMI-like touchpad will reportedly make its way into the cockpit for the first time.
Customers will be able to make a number of leather and real wood finishes in the S-Class, including Burl for Walnut, Myrtle Sunburst, Black Featured and choose “Metalized Ash.” In addition, Mercedes a new air filtration system called the cabin air purification system filters, ionizer and relieved perfume occupants as relaxed as possible “Air Balance package.”
2014 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Redesign
To further nurture its passengers, the new 2014 Mercedes-Benz S-Class will also armrest and heated seats with six different massage programs. At the forefront of the S-class security technology is a series of body-mounted cameras scanning the road for people and animals and even road imperfections with its Night View Help PLUS system. When “Magic Body Control” discovered path failure, the system will prepare the suspension system accordingly to absorb disturbance, reducing passenger discomfort.
The new nine-speed automatic transmission consecutive called the new S-Class will be equipped, 9G-Tronic. The nine-speed box has been developed as a successor to the existing seven-speed unit. It is said to significantly improve the car’s fuel efficiency and to help make it a smooth and quiet ride. The gearbox length mounted under the S-Class. It will be adaptable to just about every type of drive system ranging from an entry-level turbodiesel mill to a powerful petrol engine. It will be used in both rear-and four-wheel drive models and even crossing variant is expected to be equipped with it. After debuting in the S-Class, the nine-speed manual will likely trickle down to other members of the Mercedes-Benz lineup.
2014 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Convertible
2014 Mercedes-Benz S-Class four bodystyles for the new S-Class is planned: a standard configuration with two wheelbases, a coupe, replacing a Maybach limousine and, oddly enough, an open-top four-door . The coupe will replace the current CL-Class, S-Class coupe is rebadged. Limousine, the automaker’s 600 Pullman channeling the 1960’s and 70’s and it will take the place of the defunct Maybach brand.
The latest 2014 Mercedes-Benz S-Class body is perhaps the most interesting one: Mercedes expect a production version of the Ocean Drive concept to be displayed at the 2007 Detroit show to build. The massive four-door convertible will be displayed as the brand’s halo car. Its base price will be significantly higher than that of a standard S-Class and it will be a rolling display case of the latest and greatest Mercedes-Benz technology.