Read more about the 2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Breaks Cover While Cold Weather Testing at AutoGuide.com.Spy photographers have caught the next-generation Mercedes-Benz S-Class testing for the very first time.
Expected to arrive in 2020, the flagship sedan will be larger than today’s model, resulting in even more passenger space. As we previously reported, the German automaker will focus on more advanced autonomous features for the new S-Class, which means the next model will have near-fully autonomous capabilities. In addition, the next S-Class will make heavy use of electrification, as Mercedes continues to invest heavily into the EQ sub-brand. Expect the next S-Class hybrid variant to offer more performance and range than the current S560e that recently joined the lineup.