Mercedes Benz S-Class luxury at its best. Every time Mercedes-Benz launches a new S-Class on the market, it pushes the entire auto industry to innovate and catch up.
This new model is no exception. While the exterior styling is a bit unremarkable, the interior is anything but.
Up to five screens make the cabin look like Iron Man’s workshop, but with more leather. Driving comfort is expected and the production engines leave nothing to be desired. Forget the five screens, the real magic is behind your back:
The next-generation Mercedes Benz S-Class is finally ready to walk you outside of board meetings.
Building on the heritage of the luxurious S-Class, this 2022 model doesn’t skimp on comfort, technology, or design.
This means that once you get used to the luxury of the class, you won’t be disappointed with its latest version.
Mercedes Benz S-Class Interior Design: Screens Galore
Mercedes played it safe with the exterior styling but went back to the year 2040 with the interior styling. The booth has up to five screens, with two facades as standard on all surfaces.
A new 12.8-inch OLED touchscreen replaces the old MBUX infotainment system on the dashboard. Almost all of the multimedia controls are located on the screen and produce 27 fewer keys than the previous Mercedes Benz S-Class.
The large display has a slight learning curve for some functions, but we have found this latest MBUX system to be the most intuitive. that Mercedes released long ago.
The menus are much simpler than before and you can say “Hey Mercedes” at any time to control various functions with your voice.
A few physical buttons below the screen provide quick access to driving modes, cameras, security features, and volume.
Mercedes retained redundant controls with two small touchpads on the steering wheel. The one on the right controls the infotainment screen, the other the 12.3-inch dashboard.
Exterior Design: Subtle But Impressive
Mercedes Benz S-Class will only offer the American S-Class in the long format with 208.2 inches front to back and 126.6 inches between the wheels.
This sturdy size gives the S-Class an imposing appearance to match its status as a flagship.
Mercedes retained the conservative styling and classic proportions of the sedan with an elongated hood, elongated C-pillar, and a bold front with the three-pointed star on the hood.
Overall, the design is tasteful, but the taillights look a lot like cheaper Mercedes models like the CLA and CLS.
We think the latest S-Class looks more curvy than the previous model, and the numbers are correct. With a coefficient of drag of 0.22, the S-Class is one of the most aerodynamic cars in the world.
The Mercedes S-Class achieves its impressive aerodynamic efficiency through improvements to the front and all-around bumpers, revised wheels and door handles that can be retracted while driving.
Gas Mileage: 14 mpg City/24 mpg Hwy
EngineTwin Turbo: Premium Unleaded V-8, 4.0 L
EPA Class: Subcompact Cars
Style Name: AMG S 63 4MATIC+ Cabriolet
Drivetrain: All Wheel Drive
Body Style: Convertible
Transmission: AMG SPEEDSHIFT MCT 9-Speed -inc: shift paddles.
Engine Order Code: NA
SAE Net: Torque @ RPM664 @ 2750
Fuel System: Gasoline Direct Injection
Engine Type: Twin Turbo Premium Unleaded V-8
SAE Net: Horsepower @ RPM603 @ 5500
Displacement: 4.0 L/243
Final Drive Axle Ratio (:1)2.47
Drivetrain: All Wheel Drive
First Gear Ratio (:1)5.50
Sixth Gear Ratio (:1)1.00
Trans Description Cont: Automatic w/OD
Fourth Gear Ratio (:1)1.66
Seventh Gear Ratio (:1)0.86
Trans Order Code: NA
Second Gear Ratio (:1)3.33
Reverse Ratio (:1)4.93
Trans Description Cont: AgainNA
Fifth Gear Ratio (:1)1.21
Eighth Gear Ratio (:1)0.72
Trans Type: 9
Third Gear Ratio (:1)2.31