44 who was not offered a convertible Mercedes his great Class S a historical tradition that will return to delight us with one of the world's most spectacular cabriolet variant. We have to wait to Frankfurt to see it live but Mercedes has already shown a first image of the future S Cabriolet which also symbolizes a long history with the latter posing S Cabriolet one of the W112 Series 1971.
Already in the 20s of last century the Cabriolet also represented the best luxury and the best image of the flagship brand of the star. And after the Second World War Mercedes never lacked for best representation sedan convertible versions. Models like the 170 S (W136) of 1949 the 220 S (W187) of 1951 or 300 S (W188) of 1952 which were followed between 1956 and 1960 the "Ponton" 220 S Cabriolet (W180) and 220 SE (W128). In 1961 the 220 SE Cabriolet appear the W111 Series "tails" ultimately a model that symbolizes the added value of these versions converted all classic Mercedes models par excellence. After the 112 Series Mercedes left these bodies on their largest and most luxurious sedans showing the iconic 2-seater roadster SL his best work of the luxury and technological vanguard of a convertible car.
The new Mercedes S Cabriolet takes advantage of the huge technological arsenal of the current Class S considered as the safest sedan in the world. And it is obvious that you can say the same of S Cabriolet among his genre but its leaders have wanted to stress at the outset that the Mercedes S Cabriolet will be the world's most comfortable convertible. In this sense they have worked on everything to offer unparalleled comfort when rolling homeless because ceiling is assumed. A when developed by Mercedes as thermal scarf Airscarf consisting of a heating output located in the headrest and neck facing the passengers and automatic windshield Aircap deflector that diverts the flow above the carrier further developments will be added. For example the armrest will be heated and heating is itself also to the rear seats. It will continue.
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