Mercedes-Benz will push and plug the hybrid version of the standard S-Class.

According tomedia reports, the 2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class sedan has been nailed, but in addition to the standard version, the car also seems to have more electrical elements into the version. Mercedes-Benz referred to an S-Class plug-in hybrid model to be launched next year and said it could have a range of up to 100km. This estimate is measured by the European WLTP cycle, so the true value may drop a bit.

Mercedes-Benz will push and plug the hybrid version of the standard S-Class.

It is not entirely clear whether the Plug-in Hybrid S-Class will go on sale in the US. But according to a Mercedes-Benz U.S. spokesman, the company “has not yet had any communication about the S-Class plug-in hybrid models sold in the United States.” “

However, Wards Auto reported Wednesday that the plug-in hybrid will meet consumers under the name of the S580e. Mercedes-Benz USA did not confirm the car’s name or details of the reports, but strangely released dozens of photos of the standard S-Class sedan.

It is said that the S580e plug-in mixing system will be equipped with a turbocharged 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder engine, which is the basic power system of the S500, while a single motor and 28 kW-hour battery will further strengthen the system, which will allow the total output power to reach 510 horsepower.

Unfortunately, that’s all you know about this plug-in hybrid right now.