2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class previews rear-axle steering and E-Active Body Control suspension

Mercedes-Benz is at it again. Slowly but surely, the German carmaker is highlighting the many different new features in its next-generation 2021 S-Class luxury sedan. Yesterday, Mercedes-Benz went to Facebook to showcase its latest augmented reality heads-up display screen (AR-HUD) complete with innovative graphics and animations.

But now, Mercedes-Benz is talking about the S-Class’ optional rear-axle steering system and E-Active Body Control suspension. “The rear axle steering makes the S-Class as maneuverable as a compact car,” said Jürgen Weissinger, Chief Engineer of the Mercedes S-Class. “Even for the S-Class with a long wheelbase, the turning circle is reduced to under 11 meters.”

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