The Mercedes Benz S Class 2019 Cabriolet was spotted road testing earlier this week. This marks the car's first mid-cycle facelift.
The Mercedes Benz S Class Cabriolet unveiled two years ago. It looks like the 2019 version of the convertible has had its first and (probably) only mid-cycle facelift.
Based on the photos, it looks like there will only be a few visual modifications on this new model. Most of the changes will take place under the hood. See spy shots in the video below.
According to reports, the headlights and taillights will get new interior graphics. The pre-production prototype doesn't seem to reveal much, but there are a few noticeable changes.
The front and rear bumpers will be redesigned. The Mercedes Benz S Class 2019 Cabriolet will also have a new set of alloy wheels. A new range of exterior colors will also be added to complete the total number of exterior design modifications.
When it comes to the interior design, there are not so many details. There is only one spy photo of the interior available so far.
Based on the photo, the Mercedes Benz S Class 2019 Cabriolet will have a new steering wheel. It will also come equipped with two oversized displays in front of the driver which will transform into a single piece.
According to Auto Evolution, every power plant of the convertible will be all-new except for the twelve-cylinder in the S65 Cabriolet. However, that will be tweaked as well for better fuel consumption.
In a report by Motor Authority, the website advised fans to look out for a renewed engine lineup. An excerpt from the report reads:
Don't be surprised if an S400 model is introduced with Mercedes' new inline-6 engine. And the V-8-powered S550 and S63 could also adopt the automaker's 4.0-liter V-8.
The Mercedes Benz S Class 2019 Cabriolet is expected to be unveiled during the first half of 2018. Keep checking back to Auto World News for more details.