[YesAuto Interactive Topic] At the beginning of the new year, Vientiane is renewed. I think everyone will have expectations for the new year. No matter how your 2020 is, whether you are happy or sad, everything has become a thing of the past. In 2021, the long road will be immense, everything can be expected, and the electrification and intelligence of automobiles will also go further. In this context, major auto companies have come up with the latest 2021 product launch plans, which are worth looking forward to. Among the many new products in 2021, we first take a look at the car field, and help you select 7 new models with different positioning and styles, but all very heavyweights, and see which one you are most looking forward to.
● New Mercedes-Benz S-Class
S-class entering the digital age will lead the next era?
The new exterior design, various black technology blessings, and the core of the new generation of Mercedes-Benz S-Class this time-digitalization, can be said to have successfully reborn the car. The appearance and interior styling are still a question of whether the benevolent sees the benevolent and the wise. Is it missing the previous domineering? Still make people shine? I believe everyone has their own opinions.
The new S-Class upholds the concept of people-oriented, digital luxury, and brings us a 12.3-inch full LCD instrument panel with naked-eye 3D effects, AR holographic head-up display, 12.8-inch OLED center control screen, fingerprint/face/voiceprint recognition, brand new The MBUX system, a more intelligent driving assistance system, the Voice of Berlin high-end 4D surround sound system, perforated Nappa leather seats with massage function and other configurations. Since there are too many new dazzling configurations, this article will not go into too much detail. In general, in terms of configuration, you really have to call it Big Brother.
In terms of power, the new car offers two models, S 500 and S 580, which will be equipped with a 3.0T inline six-cylinder turbocharged engine and a 4.0T turbocharged V8 engine, both of which are matched with the EQ Boost light-hybrid system. In addition, the new S-class will also provide S 580 e plug-in hybrid models.