The S-Class stands for the fascination of Mercedes-Benz: legendary and traditional engineering expertise defines the luxury segment in the automobile industry. The new S-Class can be experienced with all the senses – seeing, feeling, hearing and smelling – while offering numerous innovations in the areas of driver assistance, protection and interaction. Mercedes-Benz is shaping the next generation of individual mobility for our times with innovations that place the focus on people. The new S-Class uses digitisation for a car that responds empathetically to the needs and wishes of its driver and passengers.
Subaru Impreza with new e-Boxer for the first time
The Subaru Impreza is rolling into the new model year with an expanded range of drives: As the third model of the Japanese brand, the compact car can be equipped with the mild hybrid system e-Boxer if required. The electrical assistance not only lowers fuel consumption and CO2 emissions, but also improves responsiveness and acceleration. In the Impreza e-Boxer, a 110 kW / 150 PS strong 2.0-liter petrol engine meets a small electric motor with 12.3 kW / 16.7 PS and a 13.5 kW lithium-ion battery - a combination which even enables purely electric driving for up to 1.6 kilometers. However, what is more decisive is the contribution to fuel efficiency and driving behavior. The Impreza is content with an average of 6.3 liters per 100 kilometers, which corresponds to CO2 emissions of 143 g / km
With a sharpened design, the modernised CLS will arrive in European dealerships in August 2021. The front end in particular, with new radiator grilles and bumpers, expresses the dynamism of the four-door coupé even more strongly. At the same time, the interior has been upgraded with additional leather and trim combinations as well as a new-generation steering wheel. A latest-generation diesel with integrated starter-generator expands the model range. A strictly limited special model of the Mercedes-AMG CLS 53 4MATIC+ (combined fuel consumption 9.0-8.7 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions 206-199 g/km) forms the sportily exclusive spearhead. Thanks to a comprehensive update last summer, with upgrades to the driving assistance systems, the MBUX (Mercedes-Benz User Experience) multimedia system and ENERGIZING Comfort, the CLS was already up-to-date technologically.
Audi is presenting the SQ7 and the SQ8 with new TFSI engines. The brand is thus responding to the worldwide trend toward sporty gasoline engines in the high-performance SUV segment. In terms of their suspension, the Audi SQ7 TFSI and the Audi SQ8 TFSI offer many high-tech components, and new connectivity and assist functions round off the technology package. The large S models will be launched on the European markets successively, starting in the fall of 2020.