And it’s so wrong on so many levels that it’s not even worth taking it serious.
A weird trend has appeared within rendering artists which are continuing to create imaginary versions of high-end vehicles in base specs which will never happen. This is the exact case with the recently unveiled Mercedes-Benz S-Class Cabrio which is the subject of a rendering put together by smaller wheels with plastic caps and, if we’d had a look on the cockpit we could also have mentioned the lacking of just about everything. Obviously this will never happen but it’s a good exercise for our imagination on what can come to life if car engineers and CEOs would lose their minds.
The Mercedes-Benz S-Class Cabrio has been officially unveiled recently and it is identical to its solid roof version except for the retractable soft top, in a 3-layer acoustic finished in beige, black, dark red or dark blue, and the rear end, which has been modified in order to host it. The soft top can be opened or closed in approximately 20 seconds at speeds up to 60 km/h (37 mph). The luxury cruiser stands at 5,027 mm in length, 1,899 mm in width and 1,417 mm in height. It is making use of a 4.7 liter twin turbo V8 engine in the S500 entry-level and it is also offered in the S63 AMG and S63 AMG 4MATIC versions, with a 5.5 liter twin turbo V8, producing 585 HP (430 kW) and 900 Nm (664 lb-ft) of torque.