The most awaited debut at the Frankfurt Auto Show, the S-Class Cabriolet, has traveled a long way until it reached the Mercedes-Benz stand in Germany. The super convertible had to spend a few days at sea, near Monaco.
Swung by the Mediterranean Sea, the Mercedes-Benz S-Class Cabriolet spent days outside the Monte Carlo coast, the paradise of luxurious automobiles and casino gambling.
To keep the engined treasure safe for its world premiere, Mercedes-Benz teamed up with Australia’s top shipmaker, Silver Yachts. Therefore, the Stuttgart grand brand was provided with the latest creation called „Silver Fast”, launched just this year.
The superyacht reaches a top speed of 22 knots and 77 meters in length, as it is currently the world’s largest and fastest aluminium-built motor yacht with coventional propulsion. These are obviously details that the Mercedes-Benz cabriolet can relate to, as the super luxurious convertible is aiming similar rankings in the premium market. Ground, not water premium market, though.
Both the cabriolet and the yacht offer extra comfort in the open air, even in cold seasons. The Silver Fast has an aft deck with a custom winter garden to provide the owners with the best outdoor feel during long cruises.
As for the Mercedes-Benz S-Class Cabriolet, it harbors everything from the “S-Class” DNA and offers it even in the comfort and freshness of the open air, with the AIRSCARF and AIRCAP functions. The optionally available Warmth Comfort package includes heated armrests in the center console and in the doors, as wheel heated multifunction steering wheel.
But there is something slightly different about the S-Class Cabriolet and the Silver Fast yacht. The extravagant water-ride is, let’s say… a little more expensive. About ten times more expensive than the convertible: it comes for $90 075 000.