Mercedes S Class Cabriolet review

Category: Convertible

Section: Introduction

Mercedes S-Class Cabriolet
  • Mercedes S-Class Cabriolet
  • Mercedes-Benz S Class Cabriolet 2019 rear right tracking shot
  • Mercedes-Benz S Class Cabriolet 2019 dashboard
  • Mercedes-Benz S Class Cabriolet 2019 front seats
  • Mercedes-Benz S Class Cabriolet 2019 infotainment
  • Mercedes-Benz S Class Cabriolet 2019 side left tracking shot
  • Mercedes-Benz S Class Cabriolet 2019 rear seats
  • Mercedes-Benz S Class Cabriolet 2019 seat adjuster detail
  • Mercedes-Benz S Class Cabriolet 2019 bootlid open
  • Mercedes-Benz S Class Cabriolet 2019 S 560 badge
  • Mercedes S-Class Cabriolet
  • Mercedes-Benz S Class Cabriolet 2019 rear right tracking shot
  • Mercedes-Benz S Class Cabriolet 2019 dashboard
  • Mercedes-Benz S Class Cabriolet 2019 front seats
  • Mercedes-Benz S Class Cabriolet 2019 infotainment
  • Mercedes-Benz S Class Cabriolet 2019 side left tracking shot
  • Mercedes-Benz S Class Cabriolet 2019 rear seats
  • Mercedes-Benz S Class Cabriolet 2019 seat adjuster detail
  • Mercedes-Benz S Class Cabriolet 2019 bootlid open
  • Mercedes-Benz S Class Cabriolet 2019 S 560 badge
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Introduction

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Along with its saloon and coupe stablemates, the four-seat Mercedes S-Class Cabriolet represents the pinnacle of luxury and technology within the brand’s range. Indeed, you can guarantee that any new generation of S-Class will debut a selection of gadgets and gizmos designed to make life that little bit easier or safer.

To motivate over two tonnes of leather-lined drop top, you’ve a choice of two engines. Unlike the saloon, there’s no six-cylinder option for those looking to save a few quid. Instead, you can have a 4.0-litre turbocharged V8 in the S 560 or an even more powerful version of that engine, thoroughly reworked by AMG, in the S 63.