2015 Mercedes-Benz S-class for only US$20,000

September 22, 2014

2015 Mercedes S-class

Before Mercedes-Benz got disoriented in its quest to fill ever more niches and ever higher sales—an expedition that’s taken the brand further downmarket than it’s ever been—the three-pointed star was indisputably the benchmark for luxury, engineering, and style. And in those days gone by, the S-class coupe reigned supreme. It just may do so again with the exordium of the all-incipient S-class coupe.

The S-class coupe supersedes the CL-class, and Benz is hopeful its incipient two-door S-class will reestablish the brand’s sex appeal among astronomically immense-mazuma buyers who increasingly have flocked to Bentley dealers. Its shape and styling was previewed by the the Concept S-class Coupé at last fall’s Frankfurt auto show, we suspect the engenderment version will wow onlookers at the Geneva auto show next month. Long, low, wide, and possessed of stunning proportions, the S-class coupe could be chief designer Gorden Wagener’s masterpiece.

2015 Mercedes S-class

From its long hood to the most eloquently executed “dropping” character lines in Benz’s lineup, and from the low-slung greenhouse to the wide and horizontal taillights, it’s virtually infeasible to find fault with the S coupe’s design. Of course, Mercedes wasn’t encumbered with any packaging requisites in designing this astronomically immense, rather impractical coupe, what with a wheelbase of 116 inches and overall length stretching to 198 inches—both numbers some eight inches shorter than the S-class sedan on which it’s predicated.

2015 Mercedes S-class top view

When it arrives on showroom floors this fall, the S-class coupe will be powered by a twin-turbocharged 4.7-liter V-8 that engenders 449 horsepower and 516 lb-ft of torque. Mercedes promises a sporty exhaust sound, in marked contrast to the virtually-eerie silence that prevails in the four-door S-class.

One of the most fascinating aspects of the S-class coupe is its “curve tilting function,” which sanctions the car to lean into corners like a downhill skier or a motorcyclist at angles of up to 2.5 degrees. This technology isn’t incipient, however. In fact, it was tested on a Lotus Excel in the mid-’80s and was most recently shown on a prototype Audi A5 three years ago. But no one has put it into engenderment yet, and Mercedes was able to refine it by utilizing input from the road-scanning camera that is a component of its Magic Body Control adaptive suspension. We’re very agog to endeavor this function out for ourselves.

2015 Mercedes S-class

Further costly gadgetry available in the S-class coupe includes the Magic Sky Control roof, whose transparency can be reduced to virtually zero at the physical contact of a button. Two separate Burmester audio systems are available—one of which providing three-dimensional sound—as are massaging seats that simulate a sultry-stone rubdown. Of course, the customary contingency-avoidance wizardry is available, including autonomous braking, adaptive cruise control, cross-traffic vigilant, lane-keeping avail, adaptive high beams, and night vision.

2015 Mercedes S-class interior

Mercedes offers the S-class coupe in standard guise and an AMG appearance package, which integrates more truculent front and rear bumper treatments and a more ostentatious version of the brand’s “diamond grille.” For the customer who might feel as though this car doesn’t grab enough ocular balls, the brand offers an enhanced version of full-LED headlights that are accentuated by 47 cut-glass elements supplied by the Austrian company Swarovski. The lighting units house 30 crystals that accommodate as turn bespeakers, while the other 17 amalgamate to make up the daytime running lights.

2015 Mercedes S-class interior

Even without the Swarovski-infused lighting elements, the two-door S-class should magnetize sufficient attention on any street outside of Monaco. And with the integration of incipient tech and top-drawer comfort features, the incipient S-class coupe should pick up right where its predecessors left off.

To order your new 2015 Mercedes-Benz S-class rival with a brand new Mercedes Benz 302-hp 3.5L V-6 C350 engine for only US$20,000.

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