Selected all your options? Now click here >>
22nd Feb 2020 - We supply all makes and models at competitive prices please ring or email your exact requirements!
Quick contact

Mercedes Gets Ready To Blow The Roof Off The S-Class

After leaking a design sketch of the company’s first S-Class Cabriolet since 1971, Mercedes has just revealed the first official picture of the 2016 model, ahead of the plush four-seat convertible’s world debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show next month. Pictured alongside the last open-top S Class, sold from 1961 to 1971, the latest S-Class Cabrio will compete against the likes of the Bentley Continental GT Convertible, and come with the largest folding fabric roof ever used in a series production car. It will also be “the most comfortable cabriolet in the world.”

A roomy interior will boast an automatic wind protection system dubbed ‘AIRCAP,’ as well as the carmaker’s ‘AIRSCARF’ neck-level heating system, heated rear seats, and heated armrests. To accommodate the fully automatic multi-layer retractable roof, the Cabrio gets a far longer boot deck than the S-Class Coupe and much smaller rear side windows, as well as a stronger windscreen frame, new rear wing panels and a restyled boot lid. A large tonneau cover sit behind the rear seats, preserving the car’s exterior line. It will also retain the coupe's choice of engines and availability in all- and rear-wheel drive configurations. After debuting in Frankfurt the S-Class Cabriolet will go on sale in the US in 2016.

Share this article Post this page to facebookTweet this pageGoogle+ this pagePost this page to LinkedinPin page

Posted on 27th August 2015 at 4:26 PM

We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. If you continue without changing your settings, we'll assume that you are happy to receive all cookies on this website. However, if you would like to, you can change your cookie settings at any time. Close this message.