Mercedes Benz S Class 2021
The new S-Class is internally known as the W223. It took huge advances in technology, comfort, and safety fronts. The new S-Class is unbelievably strong.
- New features of Mercedes S-Class Second Generation MBUX.
- Rear-wheel steering is the optional extras for rear-seat airbag
- Long wheelbase release in India in 2021
What’s on the outside?
The design of the new S-Class Mercedes-Benz is evident with echoes from last year’s E-Class facelifted. The LED light headlights are equipped with “Digital Light”. The module projects symbols with three powerful LEDs. In addition, guidelines onto the road surface. Other prominent design features include:
- A chrome heavy grille with 3 horizontal blades
- A new front bumper with larger air intakes
- Flush door handles and wrapped LED taillight. They are placed under a large chrome bar. It runs across the car, accentuating the car’s width.
- The tail of the new S-class is made more a sporty thing with the twin chrome-finished exhaust tip. So customers can choose between 18 to 21-inch wheels
It has always arrived in India. To clarify, it has increased 34 mm in length, 22 mm in width, and 12 mm in altitude. The new version is now available. The wheelbase has also improved by 51 mm, helping rear seat passengers release 24 mm of legroom. Booting capacity has grown to 550 liters by 20 liters. Mercedes-Benz claims the new S-class has a drag factor of 0.22cd and is one of the world’s most aerodynamic cars.
What’s in store for us?
The key point in the new Mercedes-Benz S-class is its infotainment system of second-generation MBUX. The cabin takes a minimalist approach, with a 12,8-inch OLED tablet screen, a 12,3-inch digital displayed 3D device. And up to three screen – two on the front side of the seat and one armrest-mounted – in the back seat. The cabin has a very high level of pride. All in all, the new S-Class has 27 buttons and switches lower compared to the outgoing S-Class. In addition, to a higher emphasis on voice control. So that the MBUX system is now able to understand voice commands from rear seats in 27 languages. Mercedes believes that it’s the way forward to use voice control for in-car functions.