The next-generation Mercedes-Benz S-Class has been caught in action on Bosch’s new winter-test base in Austria. Make sure to watch!
The F700, which made its debut at the Frankfurt Auto Show in 2007, is expected tobe a main influence on the new S-Class. Current reports show the 2012 S-Class to be wider and longer, but until we see a side by side we will withhold judgement.
Under the hood, Mercedes will offer new Modular V6 and V8 engine that feature direct injection and turbochargers. The plug-in hybrid version, that will accelerate 0- 60 mph in less than six seconds while averaging 60 mpg is the most aniticipated of the new vehicles.