Under the hood, the S400 houses a 3.0-litre V6 unit that is good for 333PS and 480Nm. All of this power is sent to the rear wheels via the same 7-speed GTronic transmission that also does duty on the S500.
As far as the interior goes, the S400 will look identical to the other variants. The cabin is draped in Napa leather and has been fitted with Mercedes’ COMAND infotainment system.
Needless to say, this one too has the space and the luxury focused for the passengers at the back. The S400 goes up against the other two German super luxury sedans, the BMW 7-series and the Audi A8L.
Folger further added, “The S 400 will be locally manufactured in our world-class production facility in Chakan, Pune. This is yet another firm affirmation of our vision of ‘make in India’, and our unwavering commitment to the Indian customer in presenting the best of our global offerings.”
Stating that the S400 will be locally manufactured at the company’s production facility at Chakan in Pune, he said this was yet another firm affirmation of their vision of Make in India.