Next S-Class will have more aluminum and carbon fiber
The chief engineer of Mercedes-Benz S Class responsible for, Dr. Hermann-Joseph Storp, released some information about the next generation of the model, though the current version has been released recently .
The Mercedes not finished presenting the models derived S-Class, but the manufacturer has already started thinking about the next generation, which should be launched before the end of this decade.
During the press conference at the Geneva Motor Show, Storp said that Mercedes will focus on making the S Class even more environmentally friendly, and this would be a way to use more aluminum and carbon fiber in the construction of the car.
The latest S-Class is up to 20% more efficient than its predecessor and more economical version is the S 300 BlueTEC Hybrid, which delivers an average fuel consumption of 22.2 km / l, with CO2 emissions of 118 g / km, one remarkable number, taking into account the size and weight of the car. It will be interesting to see how Mercedes-Benz will be able to improve these numbers for the next S-Class.