It will have in the future with a Level 4 of autonomous driving

Debuts the latest generation of the MBUX system with new features

It will introduce airbags for the rear seats

The Mercedes-Benz S-Class 2021 will be presented in parts. Today it has been the turn of its infotainment system, which will feature the latest generation of the brand’s MBUX and several new features. The car will be seen in full next September. It will offer six- and eight-cylinder engines in addition to a V12 that may only be available for the Maybach version.

The seventh generation of Mercedes-Benz S-Class It will finally be released in September before going on sale in November, as long as the deadlines are met. These have already been delayed due to Covid-19, without which the model would have debuted in April.

The largest saloon in Mercedes Benz It will again face rivals such as the BMW 7 Series, the Audi A8 or the Jaguar XJ.


He Mercedes-Benz S-Class 2021 It will sport an updated front that will follow the main lines of the latest launches of the brand. The headlamp design, arranged horizontally, will be sharper. Each of them will have three projectors and laser light. It will have a new MultiBeam system capable of making projections on the asphalt.

Another feature that is uncovered with the teaser published by the star’s manufacturer is its grill, which wins in presence. Increase the presence of chrome in order to gain elegance. The Mercedes-Benz logo appears on top of it and as a cap on the hood.

Lagging behind is expected that this new S-Class be inspired by what has been seen in the recently renovated Mercedes-Benz E-Class.


From inside the Mercedes-Benz S-Class 2021 more space is expected for the occupants, as well as a state-of-the-art technological network. This is precisely the one that was introduced in early July, with the latest generation of its MBUX infotainment system.

It will present several novelties, such as the possibility that the occupants of the rear seats can also give voice commands. Another of the great claims in your navigation with augmented reality, which allows showing the indications on the windshield and looking as if they were outside. In this way it is much more intuitive and avoids distractions. The third novelty is that there will be up to three screens in the back, through which you can pick up the phone and share information with other occupants. Finally, the system will incorporate biometric security functions, such as fingerprint, face and voice recognition, which will also automatically load the preferences of the driver and passengers.

This new system will be located in the center console, aligned with the height of the steering wheel and slightly tilted towards the driver’s position. Just below this screen you will find a line of physical buttons to control the vehicle’s climate control. It will be the second screen, since the instrument panel will also be digital. The flywheel may be capacitive.

On July 29 more details about comfort and safety will be revealed, while on August 12 the interior will be revealed.


Mercedes Benz It has shared a first demonstration of how its Head-Up Display system works, which will differ from the rest of the options available in the market because it will offer an augmented reality experience.

Beyond projecting the vehicle’s speed onto the windshield, signs and indications will also appear that will be projected in strategic places to facilitate driving.

For example: if we go down a road and the browser tells us to take an exit to the left, the Head-Up Display It will project arrows exactly at the point where the exit is located. In this way, the driver will easily recognize which direction to follow without having to interpret the map.

The new S-Class will also incorporate the first airbag for rear-seat occupants, thus renewing with the tradition of introducing absolute safety innovations in its S-class, a custom established many years ago with the introduction of ESP.

The system will not only protect the occupants of the rear seats but it will also protect the occupants of the front seats, preventing them from suffering what some call the ‘elephant effect’. In the event of a frontal impact, the occupants of the rear seats are ‘catapulted forward and may end up hitting the front seat and produce a apla crushing effect’ on the front seat occupant due to the impact.

The airbag would be located in the back of the front seats and would also be adapted to protect children, so its concept is completely different and would work in combination with an inflatable seat belt. Details will be announced in the video conference on Wednesday.

It will be one of the innovations that it will present in terms of security. Not the only one. The ‘PreSAFE Side Impulse’ system will use radar sensors to detect an imminent side impact. In this case, the front seat occupant will be displaced towards the center and in addition the system will act on the active suspension E-Active Body Control, which will raise the suspension to divert the force of the impact towards the most robust areas of the monocoque.


The new Mercedes-Benz S-Class 2021 It will have a wide range of six and eight cylinder petrol and diesel engines with mild-hybrid support. There will also be a V12 associated with a 4MATIC all-wheel drive system, but everything indicates that it will be reserved for the Maybach version, since there will not be a generation in this generation. AMG S 65. In addition there will be four-cylinder engines for smaller markets.

It will have at least one plug-in hybrid version. Its performance has not yet been confirmed, but its electric autonomy will be 100 kilometers.

It is confirmed that this sedan will have a Level 3 of autonomous driving, although it will be able to reach Level 4 later through updates to its software.

Finally, there will be an electric version named Mercedes-Benz EQS.


The price of Mercedes-Benz S-Class 2021 It is unknown, although as a reference it is interesting to know that the current part in Spain of 99,800 euros.


Date Upgrade 07/27/2020 Mercedes announces that the S-Class will incorporate airbags in the rear seats. 07/08/2020 Mercedes-Benz unveils the new MBUX multimedia system. 06/18/2020 The Mercedes-Benz S-Class 2021 will be presented in September. 05/25/2020 The first teaser for the Mercedes-Benz S-Class 2021 is published.

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