2018 Mercedes-Benz S560 Drives Itself Off Assembly Line - Mercedes-Benz has revealed that production of the freshly facelifted and upgraded S-Class has started in Sindelfingen. The new S-Class flaunts significantly enhanced semi-autonomous technology, which Mercedes appears to be leveraging in the automobile's very own manufacturing procedure.
In a short video, Mercedes-Benz production and supply chain board member Markus Schäfer chats up the new flagship Benz and also takes it for a flight from the end of the assembly line to the Sindelfingen plant's final filling location-- all from the extravagant convenience of the passenger's seat.
The new Mercedes-Benz S-Class establishes around the world standards for safety and security, convenience, connection, as well as gets on the road to automated driving. The S-Class's independent journey from the end of the production line to the plant's packing location shows the future of just how we will be able to make use of chauffeur help systems in production.
Mind you, the S 560 4MATIC you see in the video clip's onboard semi-autonomous gizmos are operating in tandem with outside video cameras as well as sensors to earn the practically mile-long trip, so we hesitate this remains one more instance of "do not try this in the house." Still, it gives a fascinating look into just how independent cars and trucks of the future could not just make life less complicated for its customers, but also for the people that construct them as well.
As Schäfer mentions, maybe the following S-Class's fully independent maiden voyage will certainly take it much better than a mile and take place making these a distant memory.