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2018 Mercedes-Benz S-Class

The Mercedes-Benz S-Class lineup gets a mid-cycle refresh for 2018 that includes a new V6 base model called the S 450, while S 560 models receive a new, more powerful V8. A host of active safety and driver-assistance features also come to the S-Class, bringing Level 2 autonomous-driving capabilities. All models receive interior and exterior updates, and the world-first Energizing Comfort system that aims to bring comfort, vitality and even joy to the driver via climate, fragrance and seat massage.

2017 Mercedes-Benz S-Class

There's the addition of the new coupe-based S-Class Cabriolet convertible, of course. On top of that, sedans get a new 9-speed automatic transmission, new 18-inch standard wheels, some reconfigured color combos, and a newly available Magic Sky Control panoramic glass roof.

About Mercedes-Benz S-Class

The 2018 Mercedes-Benz S-Class is the flagship of the German luxury brand, and arguably the benchmark full-size sedan to which others aspire. For decades the S-Class has served as the transportation of choice for the world's wealthy, with each generation building on its reputation of impeccable quality, hushed manners and ample power. Prestige comes standard. Known mostly as a sedan, the S-Class is even more over the top in 2-door form as a massive coupe or cabriolet. Mercedes-AMG variants (reviewed separately) bring substantial performance, while those seeking extravagance on another level will get it in spades in the ultra-luxurious Maybach variants. A new V6-powered base model arrives for 2018 with a lower price, but at nearly $91,000, it's anything but cheap.

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