TIMES / JEREMY CLARKSON - 2006 Mercedes S600

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  1. TriShield

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    This is the future of cars ... oh dear

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    By Jeremy Clarkson of The Sunday Times

    Modern history is littered with glorious technical failures. Huge new leaps that got the full backing of Judith Hann on Tomorrow’s World and then wound up as an oxbow lake, stagnating as the river of progress found a new and better course.

    You may, for instance, remember the laser disc. It was a 1ft-wide silver record which, said the geeks, would replace the videocassette. I damn nearly bought one, at vast expense, even though there were a few drawbacks. Like you couldn’t record anything on it, and any fast-moving image always “ghosted”, which was a bit of a problem because the only film originally available on laser disc was the very fast-moving Top Gun.

    Before this, there was the saga of Betamax. Technically superior to the standard videocassette, it is still used by television companies as the medium on which programmes are recorded. Many people bought Beta machines, but then the American porn industry decided to go with the VCR and as a result they were left with square holes into which the round peg of expedience wouldn’t fit.

    Even the dawn of television was similarly blighted. To begin with you had a choice of buying a Baird set, which at the time cost quite a lot more than a car, or an electronic television that had been spawned in the mind of Philo T Farnsworth in America.

    Even the BBC couldn’t make up its mind and decided to show both. One week you had electronic TV and the next you got Baird. So which was the public supposed to buy? You had to hold your finger up to the wind to decide, though it might have been more prudent to smell it instead, because then you might have caught a whiff of the fire that destroyed the Baird studios and handed the airwaves to the (superior as it turned out) American system.

    Do you mind if I slide in one more example? How were Thomas Telford’s investors to know as he designed and built the world’s first suspension bridge across the Menai Strait to Anglesey that lurking in the mind of a northern inventor called George Stephenson was the steam train, and that the new bridge would be rendered useless by the weight of a locomotive.

    Oh, how Stephenson’s son must have gloated as he built the world’s first box-girder bridge slap next door to Telford’s pretty but useless original. Useless that is, until the car came along.

    Today the pace of progress is so fast that it’s almost impossible to keep up. I, for instance, bought an early MP3 player because I sort of knew a computerised pocket jukebox was bound to be The Next Big Thing. And I’m not joking about this, I hadn’t even got it out of its box before the iPod breezed into town and rendered it obsolete.

    I have one grey box with a plug and flashing LEDs in a drawer in my office. I bought it three years ago, I have never used it, and now I have absolutely no idea what it was supposed to do in the first place.

    Of course, there are many magazines on the shelves that attempt to keep us abreast of what’s about to happen with computers and cameras and so on, but they don’t know any more than we do. Tomorrow’s World, for instance, never saw the mobile phone coming. They were too busy enthusing about an engine that ran on dung.

    Happily, in the world of cars there is no need to waste your money on fads that are going nowhere, because there is a comforting pointer that explains to us all which trends are here to stay and which are a waste of money. It’s called the Mercedes-Benz S-class.

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    The S-class comes with infrared headlights, which project a picture on the dash

    The S-class was the first car to be fitted with antilock brakes. It was the first with traction control, disc brakes, three-point seatbelts, crumple zones, airbags and power-assisted steering. When a new S-class hoves into view, you need only look at the technology that lurks under its vast bulk and you’ll know precisely what will be fitted to the Ford Fiesta 10 years down the line.

    So what are we getting on the new S-class that will arrive in Britain next spring? Well, infrared headlamps, for a kick off. This idea was tried by Cadillac recently but it didn’t really work because a rock is exactly the same temperature as the road. So if there was a boulder dead ahead the Caddy’s infrared wouldn’t “see” it. The system on the Mercedes can.

    When you’re driving on dipped beam, and on average at night you’re on dipped beam for 98% of the time, the infrared is seeing way beyond the range of the conventional light. It’s seeing through the glare of oncoming headlamps and what it’s seeing is shown on a screen on the dash.

    Other than this, you get a safety system that boggles the mind. Apparently there are so many airbags in a modern car that if they all go off there’s a serious problem with air displacement. The pressure becomes so high so fast that everyone walks away with burst eardrums. If you have an accident in the new S-class the windows are lowered slightly so the air can escape. Unless you have the accident when they’re down. As soon as you hit the brakes hard and the car senses a crash may be imminent, the windows will begin to rise, thus reducing the chances of an arm or a child being thrown out the car in the impact.

    Already BMW, Jaguar and Audi will be working away trying to incorporate similar technology on their flagship cars. And each will undoubtedly succeed just as the next S-class comes along. The S-class, then, is always ahead. And yet...

    It’s been said that the Vauxhall Corsa is what you buy if you want to demonstrate you know nothing about cars. I disagree. What you want is the Mercedes flagship. I was tooling around in a long-wheelbase twin-turbo V12 S 600 last week and it completely failed to tickle my tickly bits. I felt like a chairman in a tool. And that made me feel like a tool in a chairman. I felt like I was in a car designed to be as comfortable and as quiet and as safe as is humanly possible, but by chasing these goals the essence of car-ness has been lost. Oh, sure, the air-conditioned seats massage your back and the on-board computer reacts to your voice commands, but something’s missing.

    I note that BMW has recently launched a Sport version of its enormous V12 750i and obviously that’s stupid. Who wants a sporty limo? But we do want some element of sportiness, some sense that we are in a car. We need to be reminded why it was that, as boys, we stuck pictures of cars on our bedroom wall and not pictures of computers and wiring.

    Technically speaking, the long-wheelbase Jaguar XJ8 is about 100 miles behind the current S-class leave alone the next one, and yet emotionally it’s more satisfying. It’d be this I’d choose if I were squandering shareholder dividends on a big set of wheels.

    Let me put it this way. Mercedes talk at great length about the trailblazing wizardry of the new S-class but don’t make any mention at all of its heart and soul: its engine. It’s almost as if they admit it’s gone as far as it will go and that no further development is possible.

    But hang on a minute. If the S-class really is a pointer to the future, and history teaches us that this is certainly the case, then why is it not fitted with a hybrid engine under the bonnet, one of those part-electric, part-internal-combustion units that’s wooing Hollywood’s right-on elite at present.

    We can only deduce that this technology is a non-starter. And that those who are buying Priuses and the new Lexus RX400h are actually buying eight-track Baird TVs with an inbuilt Betamax player and a slot for a laser disc.

    You have been warned.

    Verdict: The future face of motoring ... yawn
    Rating: 3/5


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  2. SpiderOnTheFloor

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    that was a worthless review
     
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    waspride Can't this wait till I'm old, can I live while I'm

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    Very impressive tech :eek4:
     
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    Mercedes-Benz has released the first photos and details of the new S-Class, representing generation-change at the pinnacle of automotive engineering.



    Generation-change at the pinnacle of automotive engineering: Mercedes-Benz presents the new S-Class. The new luxury saloon will be appearing in the showrooms of company-owned outlets and authorised dealerships as of autumn 2005. (Australia from May 2006, available initially in V8-powered S 500)



    As in the preceding series, the new S-Class will introduce technical innovations which make the flagship Mercedes model an example for others to follow. Pioneering safety features and exemplary comfort continue to be the outstanding attributes of the S-Class. The new saloon also sets standards in driving dynamics with its agile handling, while offering even more driving pleasure with new, more powerful engines. The new S-Class is replacing a model series which is the world No. 1 in the luxury class, and of which around 485,000 have been produced since 1998.



    For more than five decades, the letter "S" in the model designation of Mercedes cars has signified a special aura, intelligent technology and the highest quality. The new S-Class not only continues this tradition, but lends a new meaning to it. It is a technological pacemaker with its pioneering innovations for more safety, comfort and practicality, and like its predecessors it will influence the automotive development of the future. The saloon exudes this poise and assurance even at first glance. Its design emphasises the confident, powerful and elegant character of the new S-Class, which makes every journey an experience.



    Achieving even more technological highlights was a challenge for the engineers in Stuttgart and Sindelfingen, for the bar was set very high: the previous S-Class, which had been repeatedly voted the "Best Car in the World" since its presentation in 1998, was a hard act to follow. The progress Mercedes-Benz has made with the new saloon is based on this already high level. A dozen technical innovations are entering series production for the first time on board the new S-Class – from Brake Assist PLUS with radar sensors to seats with an extended massage function, from the night view assist system with the latest infra-red technology to the new COMAND system, and from preventive PRE-SAFE® occupant protection with additional functions to Parking Assist.



    Safety: Brake Assist with radar and latest-generation PRE-SAFE®



    In the field of vehicle safety, Mercedes-Benz is redoubling its commitment to accident prevention with the preventive system Brake Assist PLUS. This system registers vehicles ahead by radar and gives a warning if the gap is too small or the closing speed is too high. If a collision threatens, Brake Assist PLUS calculates the ideal braking assistance in fractions of a second and makes this available immediately – even if the driver applies too little pressure to the brake pedal. This significantly reduces the incidence of rear-end collisions. The adaptive brake light, which warns following traffic by flashing during emergency braking, also makes a major contribution.



    Mercedes-Benz combines Brake Assist PLUS with the equally unique occupant protection system PRE-SAFE®, which offers even more safety functions on board the new S-Class. PRE-SAFE® recognises potential accident situations as they arise: if braking deceleration exceeds a certain level or a skid is imminent, the system tensions the front seat belts as a precaution and inflates air cushions in the multicontour seats to envelop and support the driver, front passenger and rear seat occupants. For the first time Mercedes-Benz has also integrated the side windows into this preventive protection system; they are automatically closed when an accident threatens.



    This combination of the new Brake Assist PLUS system and PRE-SAFE® is a further enhancement to occupant protection. Mercedes-Benz is the world’s first and only vehicle brand with a comprehensive safety system of this kind, which already goes into action before an impending accident.



    Support systems: DISTRONIC PLUS and the new night view assist



    Brake Assist PLUS is available in combination with the likewise improved proximity control system DISTRONIC PLUS. This radar-supported system now operates at all speeds between zero and 200 km/h, and ensures even greater driver comfort. In stop-and-go traffic DISTRONIC PLUS keeps the new S-Class at the right distance from the vehicle ahead, automatically brakes the saloon to a standstill if necessary and accelerates it back to the required speed when the traffic starts moving again. In this way the support system reduces the driver’s workload and provides considerable benefits in driver-fitness safety.



    The equipment package with Brake Assist PLUS and DISTRONIC PLUS also includes a new Parking Assist system which likewise uses radar sensors. These have a longer range than ultrasonic signals, therefore the driver receives earlier warning of an impending collision when reversing into a parking space.



    With the innovative night view assist system which is premiered in the new S-Class, Mercedes-Benz has made a further, major contribution to reducing the risk of accidents during the hours of darkness. This system is based on infra-red light, which is invisible to the human eye and will therefore not dazzle oncoming traffic. Two infra-red headlamps illuminate the road, extending the driver’s range of vision to more than 150 metres when on low beam. Night view assist therefore makes pedestrians, cyclists, parked cars and other obstacles visible very much sooner. An infra-red camera mounted on the inside of the windscreen records the reflected image of the road ahead and displays this in the instrument cluster.



    Dimensions: larger, more comfortable and even more luxurious



    The new flagship model by Mercedes-Benz is larger than its predecessor in every respect. There is a choice of two body lengths -- 5076 or 5206 millimetres – which is 33 and 43 millimetres, respectively, more than the previous S-Class. The wheelbase has increased by 70/80 millimetres to 3035 and 3165 millimetres, respectively. The body is also 16 millimetres wider and 29 millimetres higher than before.



    These new dimensions create the conditions for an interior concept which provides every single passenger with first-class comfort. Interior parameters such as shoulder-room and elbow-room have increased by up to 39 millimetres, while headroom has again improved by up to five millimetres. Rear seat passengers in the long-wheelbase version benefit from a greater distance between the seats (+ 10 mm) and more knee-room (+ 11 mm) compared to the preceding series. The capacity of the boot has increased by 60 litres to 560 litres (VDA measuring method).



    Luxurious exotic wood and chrome trim, attractively contoured controls in aluminium and carefully coordinated colours characterise the atmosphere in the interior, producing an immediate feeling of wellbeing. The dashboard with its sophisticated, sweeping lines is yet another masterpiece by Mercedes designers, for whom form and function are ideals which share equal status. Accordingly the cockpit not only conveys a feeling of safety, but is also extraordinarily well laid-out and practical – from the very first moment, man and vehicle enter into a harmonious relationship in the new S-Class.



    Operating concept: colour displays, direct-selection switches and COMAND controller



    That is also assured by the newly developed and thoroughly tested operating concept. This is based on findings from extensive ergonomic and perceptive psychology studies, and also takes into account the results of acceptance tests with Mercedes customers around the world.



    The major characteristic of the intelligent operating concept in the new S-Class is rapid access to functions which are used particularly frequently. The system is therefore specifically designed for redundancy: depending on his preferred habits, the driver is able to control functions such as the radio, TV-receiver, CD/DVD changer, telephone and navigation system either using conventional switches, via buttons on the multifunction steering wheel or with the help of the improved COMAND system. The direct-selection switches in the centre console are so ergonomically positioned that the driver is able to operate them conveniently and without looking down. It is also possible to operate the standard automatic climate control system in two different ways: via COMAND or using an attractively styled array of switches beneath the air vents.



    The steering wheel and instrument cluster are the primary areas in the new operating concept. These integrate all the important information and functions required by the driver. The centrepiece is a colour screen with the latest display technology for a bright, crystal-clear image. The lower edge of the cockpit display has a plain-text array with which up to seven main menus for individual settings, display modes and operating functions can be controlled, depending on the level of equipment. For rapid selection of these functions Mercedes-Benz has developed the controls on the standard multifunction steering wheel further, using circular, illuminated five-way buttons which the driver operates by light thumb pressure.



    Another new feature which improves operating convenience and allows a modern cockpit design is DIRECT SELECT – electronic control of the standard 7G-TRONIC seven-speed automatic transmission by nudging an attractively styled lever on the right of the steering column. Thanks to this technology, Mercedes engineers were able to dispense with the usual selector lever on the centre console and redesign the tunnel covering.



    The innovative "Cockpit Management and Data System" -- COMAND for short – has likewise been redesigned and now offers even more features. In addition to the familiar telematics and audio units, various vehicle functions which previously required individual switches have now been integrated into the system. The central operating unit is the new COMAND controller on the transmission tunnel. It is used to select the main and sub-menus with which the required functions are activated. If a car phone is fitted ex factory, the padded handrest behind the controller can be flipped up to reveal the telephone keypad.



    The large COMAND colour display is positioned at the same height as the instrument cluster, and therefore even more favourably within the field of vision of the driver and front passenger. A new operating concept, up-to-date colours and clear, photo-quality graphics also make the menu selection procedure a gratifying visual experience.



    The COMAND system in the new S-Class includes a radio, CD/DVD player and a port for computer memory cards (PCMCIA cards) as standard. On request Mercedes-Benz will equip COMAND with a Europe-wide navigation system whose data are now stored on a hard drive. This allows even faster route calculation than before.



    Comfort: new seats with a massage function and air suspension as standard



    Mercedes customers are able to adapt the newly developed seats in the new S-Class to suit their personal comfort requirements. Electrically adjustable, 16-way front seats with lumbar supports are standard equipment. There is also an optional choice of luxury seats with heating and ventilation, multicontour seats (front and rear) and dynamic multicontour seats (front) whose squab and backrest contours adapt to the relevant driving situation to provide the best possible lateral support at all times.



    The dynamic multicontour seat is also equipped with separate air chambers in the backrest which are successively inflated and deflated at the touch of a button, massaging the back muscles for the wellbeing of its occupant. The intensity and speed of the massage function can be adjusted in four stages by means of the COMAND system.



    The suspension with its standard, improved AIRMATIC air suspension system also makes a major contribution to the excellent ride comfort in the new S-Class. At the touch of a button the driver is able to choose between a comfort-oriented or more sporty configuration. Beyond 120 km/h and in Sport mode, the suspension is automatically lowered by up to 20 millimetres to improve the handling dynamics, aerodynamics and fuel consumption even further.



    The Active Body Control suspension system (optional, standard equipment in the S 600) is a further milestone in suspension engineering which has been improved even further for the new S-Class.



    The newly developed braking system ADAPTIVE BRAKE has additional functions which for example assist the driver when moving off on gradients and shorten braking distances in the wet. The parking brake is electrically assisted for the first time – the brake is applied merely by pressing a button, and is released automatically when the car moves off.



    Performance: over 26 percent more output from the new V8 engine



    Three of the four engines available for the new S-Class are new developments by Mercedes-Benz. They generate up to 26 percent more output and up to 15 percent more torque. In addition to the 3.5-litre V6 engine with 200 kW/272 hp, a new eight-cylinder unit developing 285 kW/388 hp and a muscular 530 Newton metres of torque from a mere 2800 rpm upwards will already be available at the time of the market launch. It accelerates the S 500 from standstill to 100 km/h in just 5.4 seconds.



    The output of the twelve-cylinder engine in the top-of-the-range S 600 (available from 2006) has increased to 380 kW/517 hp, while torque has increased by just under four percent to a remarkable 830 Newton metres from 1900 rpm.

    As standard equipment, the V6 and V8 engines for the new S-Class are combined with the unique seven-speed automatic transmission 7G-TRONIC.



    Success: number one in the luxury class



    The new S-Class is replacing a successful series which has captured the top end of this market segment in every region of the world. Even in its last year of production the flagship saloon by Mercedes-Benz is the worldwide market leader among the world’s luxury saloons, with around 17,000 units sold (as of May 2005).



    Accolades achieved by the previous S-Class include around four dozen prizes and awards in international competitions, with numerous titles such as "Best Car", "Most Innovative Saloon", "Highest Design Quality" or "World’s Finest Car".



    Model range


    S 350:
    200 kW/272 hp


    S 500:
    285 kW/388 hp


    S 320 CDI:
    170 kW/231 hp (from first quarter 2006)


    S 600:
    380 kW/ 517 hp (from first quarter 2006)




    Dimensions
    (compared to preceding series)





    Vehicle length:
    5076/5206 mm
    = + 33/43 mm


    Vehicle width:
    1871 mm
    = + 16 mm


    Vehicle height:
    1473 mm
    = + 29 mm


    Wheelbase:
    3035/3165 mm
    = +70/80 mm




    Innovations


    • ADAPTIVE BRAKE with additional functions


    • Adaptive brake light


    • Brake Assist PLUS with radar sensors


    • COMAND with and COMAND controller


    • Crash-responsive high-comfort head restraints


    • DISTRONIC PLUS


    • Electric parking brake


    • Dynamic multicontour seat with new massage function


    • Night view assist based on infra-red technology


    • Panoramic sliding roof (for long-wheelbase version)


    • Second-generation PRE-SAFE®


    • Reversing camera
     
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    it was designed for old people :dunno:

    what did you expect?
     
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    The dash looks like a cheaper version of the style fitted to the 5 and 7 Series with iDrive. :eek4:

    Current S is good, but you just cannot beat the build quality of the previous generation. Shame about the dynamics though.
     
  12. Dr. Woo

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    Clarkson prefers a British car? No way!
     
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    i like this benz

    uhm chelsea sucks:p
     
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    it looks all round like a passat
     
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    If I were 55, I'd be all over that.
     
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    that is a beautiful car. must be nice to have one.
     
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    funny i really think this is the worst Mercedes design..
     
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    Nicely written.

    :mamoru: Whats funny about that is that daewoo sold a luxury car called the chairman for the south korean market that looks remarkably like the older S class. It actually had many MB parts including the motor and was based off the E class.

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    "And that those who are buying Priuses and the new Lexus RX400h are actually buying eight-track Baird TVs with an inbuilt Betamax player and a slot for a laser disc."

    :rofl: i loved that part of the review
     
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    no way i'd buy that if i had that kind of cash to spend
     
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    I was watching top gear the otherday and they were testing out the automatic braking system. and it failed horribly
     
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    a8l w12 > *.largegermanluxurysedans
     
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    Clarkson is good at being witty, but I don't know if I agree with his review here. He stated himself that a limo isn't designed to be sporty and the S-Classe is a limo. I think they decided to move this model upmarket slightly because its definitely aimed at the CEO with a cheuffer crowd.
     

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