Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe Actively Banks On Corners
According to an informative article over at c|net, Mercedes-Benz has followed up its excellent 2014 S-Class sedan with a new coupe version, employing not only an extraordinarily beautiful design but getting new ride technology as well. Mercedes-Benz pushed the four-door coupe idea with its CLS-Class in 2004, but this year the company will introduce a true two-door coupe version of its S-Class flagship sedan.
The 2015 S-Class Coupe is based on the Concept S-class Coupe that Mercedes-Benz showed off last year at the Geneva auto show. Rather than the imposing form of the S-Class sedan, the coupe model borrows from other areas of Mercedes-Benz’s styling toolbox. In also features a radar-based system enabling adaptive cruise control and also includes a collision prevention system, which automatically hits the brakes. It can prevent a collision at speeds of 25 mph or below, and help mitigate crashes at higher speeds.
There’s nothing like the let down of noticing the first dent on your new car. As one person put it, “it’s not much fun to wax a dent”. Getting it fixed is certainly an option, but maybe a pricey one. Or is it? Perhaps you’ve seen paint-less dent removal advertised or even offered in a local, exterior mall kiosk. Have you ever wondered how it works, and even if it works?
Just imagine…you’re stuck in traffic on a summer afternoon with sweat trickling down your face, your hands almost slipping of the steering wheel and the back of your shirt soaking wet. That’s certainly not how you want to get to your desired destination, be it work, a lunch, or in fact anywhere at all. You might have already noticed what’s missing from this situation we just imagined, which is what brings us to our topic of discussion.