2018 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Debut

April 14th, 2017 by

Mercedes-Benz is constantly developing new ways to stay ahead of the curve, like the release of the 2018 Mercedes-Benz S-Class that debuted at the 2017 Shanghai Auto Show.

The 2018 S-Class may not seem much different than the 2017 model on the outside, but it’s inside that matters. Expect the biggest changes in 2018 its performance.



Improvements to the 2018 S-Class include, a traffic sign feature to keep you within the posted speed limit, electronic driver assist, automatic traffic crawling, automatic emergency braking, cross traffic and blind spot warning features, and more!

New Features

New to the S-Class includes the latest communications system that debuted on the 2017 E-Class, Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) as well as Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I). These communications systems allow you to access information concerning hazardous situations the vehicle has detected on the road with a warning voice output or by displaying information on the on the map display.

The 2018 S-Class will also automatically adjust its speed for a number of road situations such as bends, highway exits, junctions, roundabouts, and toll booths by using advanced cameras and sensor technology.

Mercedes-Benz is also introducing its new remote parking feature to the S-Class that’s already available in the 2017 E-Class model. This feature allows you to park in tight spaces through the use of your smartphone to control the vehicle from the outside!

Alongside these features, the new S-Class will be the first recipient of a new, powerful, more economical and cleaner internal combustion engine. It’s designed to include electric compressors, integrated start-generators, 48-volt electrical systems, and gasoline particulate filters.


The S-Class is set to be released this fall! Be on the lookout. Can’t wait until then? Take the 2017 E-Class for a Test Drive! Plus, don’t forget to check out the Mercedes-Benz of Temecula current offers. Bring the car of your dreams home today!

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