Mercedes-Benz S-Class To Feature World’s First Rear Passenger Airbags: Details

German luxury vehicle manufacturer Mercedes-Benz has confirmed that its soon-to-be-launched 2021 S-Class model will feature airbags in order to protect rear seat occupants, making it the first vehicle in the world to feature airbags for rear seat passengers.

Mercedes-Benz S-Class To Feature World’s First Rear Passenger Airbags: Details

The brand has been steadily revealing information about the new S-Class model that is scheduled for an official unveil on 2 September. News about the brand offering rear seat airbags tells one that Mercedes is pioneering safety features and safety technology across the industry.

Mercedes-Benz S-Class To Feature World’s First Rear Passenger Airbags: Details

The new airbags at the rear seats in the 2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class have been designed to protect rear seat occupants in the event of an frontal accident. The vehicle will also arrive with child seats, an optional belt bag, and inflatable seat belts.

Mercedes-Benz S-Class To Feature World’s First Rear Passenger Airbags: Details

Mercedes has designed the airbags so that they are mounted at the backrests of the front seats. One can tell that the rear seat airbags are designed to have a U shape that will help protect occupants more effectively.

Mercedes-Benz S-Class To Feature World’s First Rear Passenger Airbags: Details

The upcoming Mercedes-Benz S-Class will also feature a Pre-Safe Impulse Side function system that uses radar technology that detects side impacts and protects occupants.

Mercedes-Benz S-Class To Feature World’s First Rear Passenger Airbags: Details

The system deploys air cushions installed in the seats to move occupants towards the middle of the vehicle incase of an inevitable side impact. The system also deploys E-Active Body Control technology that raises the height of the vehicle in order to distribute the force of the impact via the vehicle's stiffer lower structure.

Mercedes-Benz S-Class To Feature World’s First Rear Passenger Airbags: Details

Mercedes-Benz announced that all safety functions and new safety technology has been developed after intensive accidental research that the brand has been doing for over 50 years.

Mercedes-Benz S-Class To Feature World’s First Rear Passenger Airbags: Details

The brand says that real life safety extends beyond legal safety requirements, and this philosophy helps the company innovate and increase safety of occupants and other road users.

Mercedes-Benz S-Class To Feature World’s First Rear Passenger Airbags: Details

The brand also revealed some of the interiors of the upcoming 2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class recently, and key highlights include 3D navigation maps and augmented reality as part of its MBUX system upgrades.

Mercedes-Benz S-Class To Feature World’s First Rear Passenger Airbags: Details

The new S-Class will arrive with five infotainment screens - two screens mounted at the front, and three at the rear, with a 12.8-inch OLED touchscreen serving as its main vehicle control display. To know more, click here.

Mercedes-Benz S-Class To Feature World’s First Rear Passenger Airbags: Details

Thoughts About Mercedes' Airbags For Rear Seat Occupants

The new S-Class is shaping up to be one of the most feature and safety loaded cars ever. Merc has always invested in technology and safety and the time invested seems to be paying off. We are very impressed with the safety standards that Mercedes-Benz has set for themselves.

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Article Published On: Monday, July 27, 2020, 12:17 [IST]
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