Well for me it will be a come back from late past since I don’t remember the S-class cabrio in Mercedes portfolio. I was grown up with SL Class which was always playboy among other convertibles. It is also natural as last S-Class cabrio went out from production with W111 model in 1971 and I was born in 1982. But as Mercedes want to do it might have some sense.
So as it comes to its technical data we can probably look at new S-Class to see what engines will be under the hood. The car should have a soft top in contrary to hard tops more and more installed now by Mercedes. Car is about to be revealed in 2015 at Geneva Auto Show.
Below we present spy photos (taken from CarBuzz and renders made by theophiluschin.com )