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2018 S-Class Is One Step Closer To Driverless Cars

Posted on May 15, 2017

Photo via Mercedes-Benz

Photo via Mercedes-Benz

Due out sometime later this year, the new 2018 Mercedes-Benz S-Class shouldn't look all that much different than the previous generation, except for revised lights, bumpers, and exhaust tips.

The real changes in the new S-Class come in the form of new technology that includes considerably extended driver assistance functions, taking the new S-Class to the brink of being totally autonomous.

Cleveland.com article here

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