Mercedes the global car manufacturer has been in the news for quite some time now. Last week it was announced that the new 2021 Mercedes Benz S-Class will come with advanced safety features. Then the company revealed new wing-shaped frontal airbags for the second row. Now Mercedes is set to provide E-Active Body Control System with the same car. Find below how Mercedes Benz S-Class got safer!

Mercedes Benz S class 2020

What is E-Active Body Control System?

E-Active Body Control System

The E-Active Body Control System will work with co-operation with the Pre-Safe Impulse Slide collision control system. Mercedes will also employ wheel dampers with two working chambers featuring adjustable valve and a hydraulic pressure reservoir which will help lift the car up and down. This system will help the ground clearance of the car adapt to the different situations.  More about Mercedes Benz S-Class safer below.

Additional features

Mercedes GLE Body Control

The E-Active Body Control System already comes with new GLE and GLS. Customer feedback is more than good for the feature for both the above models. This feature also scans the surface up ahead and intelligently adjusts the suspension for better ride comfort and safety.

The new 2020 Mercedes Benz S-Class will also come with a new feature called “rear steering wheel”. This feature will help drastically reduce the turning radius of the car, a common problem for premium cars. 

More details about the new car

Mercedes Benz S Class 2020 interiors

Mercedes already showcased the interiors of the car earlier this month.  The new Mercedes Benz S-Class will receive 3D navigation maps and AR which will be a part of the new MBUX infotainment system.  The company has defiantly rolled up its sleeve to provide value for money and this is evident from the features. The interiors will be highly futuristic with a total of five screens inside. Two out of five will be for the front passengers while the rest will be for rear-seat passengers. As a result, this will make a very good chauffeur driven car.  Mercedes reported that the use of 12.8-inch OLED screen helped the manufacturer remove 27 buttons from the centre console button. But there is always a benefit of knobs and switches. Only time will tell how customers will respond to the evolution. 

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