Mercedes Benz recently launched a new generation of the 2021 S-Class and it costs $110,821 in Germany for the normal wheelbase version and $113,972 for the long-wheelbase version S350d. The base Mercedes Benz S350d comes with a 2.9-liter diesel engine with 282 hp and 600 nm of torque. The model can hit 100 kph in 6.4 seconds.
If customers request a 4Matic all-wheel drive system the pricing for the normal and long version raises to $115,225 and $118,375. With $123,341 and $126,905, buyers can go for the S400d 4Matic model with 325 hp and 700 nm of torque. The S400d 4Matic can hit 100 kph in 5.4 seconds.
Buyers who are not interested in diesel engines can opt the S450 4Matic with a 3.0-liter petrol engine that pumps out 362 hp and 500 nm of torque. This model can reach 100 kph in 5.1 seconds and costs $126,492 for the long-wheelbase version.
Buyers can order tons of extra-cost options for their W223 Mercedes-Benz S-Class. Highlighted options include 3D driver display, head-up display with augmented reality, MBUX interior assist, rear airbag, rear-axle steering, digital light and ambient lighting.
Mercedes-Benz will start delivering the new S-Class from December in Europe.