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The Mercedes-Benz S-Class expands its 2015 lineup with two V12 models – the stately S600 Sedan and the ferocious, range-topping S65 AMG Sedan, both available now – and a plug-in hybrid that will arrive in early 2015. Other than a touch-pad controller replacing the keypad, the other, still-fresh models remain largely unchanged.
The 2014 Mercedes-Benz S-Class is an all-new iteration of Germany's most revered full-size luxury sedan.
Few cars signal success more than the 2015 Mercedes-Benz S-Class sedan. For decades it has been the CEO's luxury liner of choice thanks to its power, grace and technological sophistication that keep rivals like the BMW 7 Series, Audi A8 and Lexus LS playing constant catch-up. All-new just last year, the latest S-Class has again thrown down the gauntlet with class-leading and class-exclusive technology that makes Mercedes' flagship sedan nearly smart enough to drive itself. Of course, this benchmark doesn't come cheap. A base S-Class begins near $100,000, while the lineup's new performance elitist – the V12-powered S65 AMG Sedan – bows at nearly $225,000. These figures shouldn't bruise the S-Class' exclusive buyers. If they do, there's always the seats' hot-stone massage feature.