2018 Mercedes-Benz S-Class
2018 Mercedes-Benz S-Class is a series of luxury flagship vehicles manufactured by the German automaker Mercedes-Benz, a division of the German company Daimler AG. The 2018 S-Class nomination for the best Mercedes-Benz models was officially launched in 1972 with the W116 and has been in use ever since.
The 2018 S-Class has implemented many of the company’s latest innovations, including propulsion technology, interior features, and safety systems. The S-Class has placed the world’s best-selling luxury sedan,  and its newest generation, the W222 S-Class, in 2013. As in previous iterations, the W221 S class is in standard wheelbase and rear wheelbase versions. long-term; Power plants I4, V6, V8, V12, diesel, and hybrid are offered. All models manufactured in Mexico or sold in the United States are only available on a 2018 Mercedes-Benz S-Class long wheelbase.
2018 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Design
Officially inaugurated in May 2013, the latest S-Class has a more aerodynamic appearance than the outgoing model. Some interesting features include a large front grille inspired by the F700 Concept car and LED lights used exclusively inside and outside, one of the first in the automotive industry. Two strong converging lines of character give the sides one more appearance, while the integrated exit points and a large glass roof highlight the design.
Along with the sedan, the Mercedes-Benz S-Class 2018 has made a coupe and cabriolet, as well as a Pullman variant with a longer wheelbase, longer than the long “L”. While the short wheelbase model has the chassis code W222, the long wheelbase model uses chassis code V222. Unlike previous generations, Mercedes focused primarily on developing the longer model, since many customers in fast-growing Asian markets prefer to be managed.
2018 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Engine
Like the W221 S500, the W222 S Class will have a more powerful V8 turbo V8 that will offer 455 hp (339 kW), while the S600 will have a Twin V12 turbo. There’s also an S350 BlueTEC version with a diesel engine, a hybrid S400 with a 20-kilowatt electric motor and a 306-hp (228 kW) V6 engine, an S300 BlueTEC electric-diesel hybrid. An S500 Plug-in Hybrid was launched at the Frankfurt Motor Show (IAA) with a market statement of 2014 and has a 3 liters / 100 km-kilometer, a 69 g / km CO2 and up to 30 km emissions. The hybrid S500 Plug-In is equipped with a 3-liter electric motor V6 and 329 kW (245 kW) and 80 kilowatts. LWB S63 (bi-turbo V8) and S65 (V12 bi-turbo) sedans with AMG-fettered are also available. All models of the S-Class will come with a 7-speed automatic gearbox. At the end of 2014, IMSA fine-tuned improvements to the engine of the Mercedes S63 AMG Coupé, allowing the car to produce 720 bhp and a maximum torque of 1,080 Nm.
2018 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Safety
Mercedes-Benz has traditionally introduced its safety innovations in the S-Class. For example, the S-Class was the first car in Europe to include airbags and three-point belts. The S-class safety features include innovations in active safety, passive safety, and holistic safety. Active safety features include ABS brake control and electronic stability program (ESP) and break relief.
Passive safety features include collapsing areas in 1959, collapsible steering column, improved conservation of occupant protection during a severe impact, prosperity safety belts and bridge platforms. The holistic safety function of Mercedes-Benz was launched in 2002 in the Mercedes-Benz S-Class. PRE-SAFE integrates multiple active and passive safety features for a “safety net” approach to vehicle safety by preventing accidents. If accidents occur, try PRE-SAFE to reduce injuries.
In the latest version of this pre-collision system, PRE-SAFE will perform the brake relief system, close the doors to avoid accidents during the accident, adjust the seats, make the windows and the sunroof and adjust the 2018 Mercedes-Benz S-Class seat belts during certain periods of time.