Rolls Wraith vs Merc S500 on track
Can the world's most luxurious barges survive the TG test track and a chauffeur named Stig?
Posted: 17 Jan 2014
There are blinds for the windows, mood lighting for your, um, mood and a front passenger seat that, despite its girth, manages to contort itself almost completely into the forward footwell. You control that, too. Then you raise and extend your legrest, recline the back rest, opt for a massage and tell the good man up front to crank the starter.
I doubt anyone at Merc HQ in Stuttgart actually knows how many electric motors there are in the average S-Class; it would be like asking how many grains of sand there are in the Sahara. Everything is configurable, adjustable or tweakable. This is Merc's idea of luxury - the luxury of choice.