The Detroit Auto show is all about luxury. And now even more! There has been confirmed that the Rolls Royce Convertible and the Mercedes S-Class Convertible Concept will make their world debut in January in Detroit.

The new Mercedes convertible will be basically aimed at the same clientele that opts for the S-Class saloon, but will try to retrieve the typical Mercedes buyer interest which is set for comfort rather than for high performance.

Due to the expected sizes of the vehicle, it will feature the longest soft top in automotive history and will be powered by the high-end 6.0L V12 engine offered for the saloon.

The Rolls Royce convertible will be a production version of the 100EX Concept. It to be very similar to the concept and retain many of the same styling cues and technology.

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