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Mercedes Benz S-Class
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The years available stretch from 1972 through to 2018 and by clicking a link you can view the different battery types for each trim.
The largest sedan in the Mercedes-Benz range, the S-Class was introduced in the early-1970s and the "S" stands for "special".
It slots above the E-Class in size and the company uses this model to exhibit the latest in technology they have to offer due to its massive amount of interior space.
It's classed as a full-size luxury car available as either a 2-door convertible, 2-door coupe or a 4-door sedan at various points over its lifetime.
It replaced various vehicles in the German automobile manufacturer's range including the Ponton and Fintail.
Over the years it has lost its boxy design and became much smoother to keep up with evolving trends in the car market.
Each generation of the car that lasts around a decade at a time sells roughly 500,000 examples of the car.
In 2020 the most recent version of the Mercedes Benz S-Class was introduced in the year 2020 and is the seventh-generation to be released so far.
All of the seventh-generation S-Class models will be a 4-door sedan with no convertible or coupe version being released.
In the dashboard is 5 displays for the driver and passengers to keep in touch with the car and its infotainment system as well as an augmented-reality heads up display.