An undisputed leader of intelligence, power, performance and luxury, the new Mercedes-Benz S-Class enters the Lebanese market with all-inclusive new features. The best car in the world takes another big step towards innovation and elevates Intelligent Drive to the next level.
“Mercedes-Benz S-Class remains ahead of its time by taking comfort and Intelligent Drive to the next level this year. Lebanese drivers will experience new levels of satisfaction with its highly modern design and breath-taking technical innovations,” commented Mr. Cesar Aoun, General Manager of Mercedes-Benz and smart at T. Gargour & Fils.
The new Mercedes-Benz S 560 boasts a new V-8 engine that comes to the starting line with 345 kW (469 hp) and 700 Nm. The new biturbo engine is among the most economical V-8 petrol engines in the world, and consumes about ten percent less fuel than its predecessor. The new S-Class adds an additional layer of excellence to its “Intelligent Drive” by incorporating and enhancing a host of innovative driving assistance systems initially introduced in the previous model. These include the Active Steer Assist, the Active Breaking Assist, and the Evasive Steering Assist with PRE-SAFE Sound.
The suspension control in the new S-Class is further improved. The stereo camera of the system now scans the road even more thoroughly, even in dusk and at speeds up to 180 km/h. Modern luxury in the new S-Class is affirmed with the highest quality materials and uncompromising workmanship. MULTIBEAM LED headlamps and the ULTRA RANGE High Beam turn night into day. The Adaptive High-Beam Assist Plus, which is part of the Intelligent Light System, allows driving with permanently activated main beams without dazzling other road users.
Another Mercedes-Benz hallmark is the high-quality look and feel created with the meticulous attention to detail and craftsmanship in the interior of the new S-Class. The driver can use the steering wheel controls to operate DISTRONIC and cruise operation and control the entire infotainment system without having to take their hands off the steering wheel.