Mercedes-Benz has always been a synonym of style and luxury. The new 2013 Mercedes Benz s-class promises fresh looks, better fuel efficiency and more gizmos. The S-class of Mercedes Benz was redesigned last for 2007 model in U.S. and another change is due for late 2012 as a 2013 model.
The new 2013 Mercedes Benz s-class is expected to be slightly larger than the current model and will come with fuel-efficient engines. There may be a 2-inch trim in whole length of S-class with an addition of 2-inch to wheelbase. There will also be a 1-inch addition in overall height. It will offer more-spacious interiors which can be considered as the main goal of German manufacturer.
The designers of Mercedes Benz are targeting it to bear new interior designs which will be influenced by various features in the F800 style. There will be a new control system in 2013 Mercedes Benz s-class. The luxurious sedan will also feature a new generation COMAND interface. This interface is compatible with Google and Facebook.
The S-class model for 2013 will borrow the designs cues from F700. The excellent built interiors will not only be stylish but they are designed for ease of use. The new S-class will be designed with a rear-wheel drive architecture which is already used on E-class cars. It will also include cameras in the control system to detect the road conditions which will maintain a comfort level of riding.
Engines for 2013 Mercedes Benz S-class will include a range of diesel engines, gas engines and hybrid powertrains. In terms of powertrain options, S-class will stick with S550 and S600 but the new engines will be much more fuel-efficient. Mercedes may also introduce 9-speed automatic transmission with S-class.
The next generation S-class luxury is expected to get a plug-in hybrid system with an 80KW motor which will offer the top speed of 75mph. So if you want to feel this luxurious driving experience then wait until the end of 2012. Prices for 2013 Mercedes Benz S-class are not yet revealed but it is expected to come with a price tag of $85,000- $205000