Touted as the world's most comfortable convertible.
Ahead of its world premiere at the 2015 IAA in Frankfurt, Mercedes has unveiled the final variant of the S Class range that aims to redefine the super luxury convertible segment - the Mercedes S Class Cabriolet.
The exterior and interior designs of the Mercedes S Class Cabriolet are identical to its hard top twin brother, Mercedes S Class Coupe, save for the chopped roof. The S Class Cabrio adopts a fabric roof top, which takes 20 seconds to fold completely, and can be opened/closed on the move at speeds up to 60 km/h.
The 2-door 2+2 Mercedes S Class Cabriolet comes with an automatic wind protection system dubbed AIRCAP which reduces turbulence inside, AIRSCARF neck-level heating, heated armrests, seat heaters for the rear seats and a THERMOTRONIC intelligent automatic climate control that detects the ideal climate for the cabin via 12 sensors and 18 actuators.
Other features from the S Class Coupe include dual 12.1 inch displays for the instrument cluster and COMAND infotainment system, Nappa leather upholstery, AIR-BALANCE Package, and a Burmester audio system.
Under the hood, the S Class Cabrio is available with two engine options. The standard S 500 Cabrio packs a 4.7-liter twin turbo V8 producing 455 hp and 700 Nm from 1800 rpm, and is paired to a 9G-TRONIC gearbox (9-speed automatic).
The range-topping Mercedes-AMG S 63 Cabrio comes with a 5.5-liter twin turbo V8 capable of 585 hp and 900 Nm of torque, and coupled to a 7G-DCT (7-speed dual clutch). Power is sent to all four wheel via a 4MATIC AWD system, and it is capable of sprinting from 0-100 km/h in 3.9 seconds.
Following its unveil in Frankfurt, the Mercedes S Class Cabrio will go on sale in December in its home market, while market launches around the globe will begin from Spring 2016.
For more details, refer the official press release below the gallery.
2016 Mercedes S Class Cabriolet unveiled - Press Release