The German based automaker Mercedes-Benz has recently announced the official production start of the new S-Class generation of the Sindelfingen facility.
The new generation of the Mercedes-Benz S-Class has recently entered production at the Sindelfingen plant. The facility has 350 million euros of investments in the body shop, 130 million euros in the press shop and approximately 70 million euros in assembly. The plant will uses new technologies in order to assemble the 2014 S-Class, in its four body styles, normal, long wheelbase, coupe and Cabrio.
“All of us here at Sindelfingen are enormously proud that the S-Class is made exclusively at our plant. We are able to draw on many years of experience making vehicles in the high-end, luxury class, and we do our best every day for our customers from around the world”, said the head of Mercedes-Benz plant Sindelfingen, Willi Reiss.
The 2014 Mercedes-Benz S-Class is coming as an S 300 BlueTEC Hybrid, as an S 350 BlueTEC, as an S400 Hybrid and as an S 500, and two choices of hybrids will have to be made when ordering it, a petrol and a diesel. The model in question is already available for pre-order, ever since mid-May, and it’s expected to hit the European showrooms on the 20th of July.