The Mercedes S-Class Cabriolet Spyshot

Mercedes S-Class Cabriolet – The range of the brand with the star soon host a convertible version of the S-Class This version was recently surprised at a test session.

Mercedes was obviously expected to decline the S-Class all the sauces. After the cut and different long versions, it’s a convertible variant features will soon be introduced. Today we discover a glimpse through these pictures relayed by WorldCarFans . Not surprisingly, we find the S-Class Coupé’s lines including the back, the only part still camouflaged.

This is the Mercedes S-Class Cabriolet, and from the beltline down, it’s basically the same fixed-roof car we tested back in October – same grille, same headlights, same twin character lines in the profile. This is not a bad thing. We’re betting it’ll wear very similar taillights to the S-Class Coupe, although it’s difficult to tell on the more heavily camo’d example of the luxurious droptop. Differences, meanwhile, are kept to the absolute minimum. The windshield looks more aggressively raked, and the inclusion of a canvas roof has softened the Coupe’s svelte profile, but other than that, there aren’t many changes at all.

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The engine range should be the same as the coupe. It should regain S 500 Version 4.7 biturbo V8 and 455 hp entry, while the S 63 and S 65 AMG (585 and 630 hp) will probably cap the catalog. The presentation of the Mercedes S-Class Cabriolet is expected in September at the Frankfurt show.

autoblog spies report that the Mercedes S-Class Cabriolet will saunter into dealers later this year, eager to steal the lunch money of the aging BMW 6 Series Convertible. We’re betting on a European auto show debut, so keep an eye open at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show. If not there, Frankfurt seems like a likely destination for the new droptop.