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The 2014 Mercedes-Benz S-Class is a marvel of technology, beauty and power. It is a joy to drive and a real advancement in vehicle safety and convenience. With that said, there are so many features it is hard to absorb it all in one introductory lesson (or two lessons…or three).
For all of you S-Class Class owners who have got the basics down it is time to get fancy! Mercedes-Benz has posted a variety of instructional videos on the Mercecdes-Benz YouTube channel to help you maximize your understanding of your new marvel! Take a look!
And for those of you who don’t have a new 2014 S-Class yet…it is still amazing to see what these vehicles can do!
This can only be topped by my favorite Chicken video.
European models shown. Bluetec Hybrid is not currently on the schedule for the US.
What a beauty! I just changed a vehicle in production to Steel Grey with Red Leather, inspired by this stunning 300 SL!
The 2014 Mercedes-Benz B-Class Electric Drive is scheduled to be released this summer in CA, CT, MD, OR, NJ, NY, RI and VT in early 2015 for the rest of the US. This is the fist full electric for us as well as the first time we will get the B-Class. Based on previous hybrid launches I am guessing you will need to order early to get yourself a B-Class Electric Drive! I would not expect to see them sitting on the lot waiting to find a home. Get yourself on the list if you know you want this technology!
As brand ambassador for Mercedes-Benz and an F1 racing legend, Michael Schumacher is part of the family here. Best wishes to him and his family following his skiing accident this weekend.
The Mercedes-Benz factory in Alabama is a marvel – A little bit of Germany right here in the southeast, assembling some of the best cars in the world! Here is a look behind the scenes with AL.com. There is a video, pictures and an interesting article.
They even made a joke:
“Mercedes’ Tuscaloosa County plant is having a major growth spurt right now, as it prepares to launch production of the C-Class sedan next year. But there won’t be any trips to the off-road test track for that model.
“You could go 70 percent downhill – once,” Grossmann joked. “Then it’s done.”