Mercedes-Benz Just Revealed the S-Class Night Edition Coupe, Will Be Unveiled At The Detroit Auto Show

Famous car manufacturer, Mercedes-Benz, have announced that the new S-Class will be getting a "night edition" and that it will debut in Detroit at the North American International Auto Show. The "night edition" is based on the Mercedes-Benz S 500 coupe and will start taking orders on January 9, 2017. Orders for the vehicle will start to go on sale by April of 2017.

The Night Edition Will Have Selenite Grey Color As Standard

The new Mercedes-Benz S-Class Night Edition will feature a dark exterior color that is named Selenite gray magno hue with black treatment. A new front updated grille with a single louver in glossy black color, black intake grille, and a dark chrome chin blade completes the exterior design. An exclusive set of 20 inches AMG multi-spoke lightweight alloy wheels will be equipped, also painted in high-sheen black detailing. AMG front and rear aprons will also come standard with the night edition. In addition, a "Night Edition" badge will also be featured on the front wings.

Being a night edition, the Mercedes-Benz S-Class will also feature dark accents and details on the inside. The interior will include both regular and Nappa leather that will come in different options; black/black, Crystal gray/ black, Bengal red/ black, or saddle brown/ black. High gloss black wood trim will come standard for the night edition. A Nappa AMG leather steering wheel with Night Edition engraving will also be equipped for the driver.

Three Powertrain Options

The Mercedes-Benz S Class Night Edition will come in three variants, an S 400 Matic, S 500 4Matic, and an S 500. The S 500 models, both versions, will come in a 4.7liter V8 engine that puts out 445 brake horsepower and 700-newton meters of torque. The S 400's power will come from a 3.0liter V6 engine that is capable of 367 brake horsepower and 500-newton meters of torque. All variants have a top speed of 250 kilometers per hour and can reach zero to 100 kilometers per hour in just 5.6 seconds and 4.6 seconds for the higher two models. You can see it first at the NAIAS, which is also known as the Detroit Auto Show

© 2017 iTech Post All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.

More from iTechPost