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The S600 of its time is the only full-sized executive car with the most standard features. These include a credit card like key that lets you unlock when you open the driver's door handle and allows you to start and stop the engine without using a key. The start switch is located on top of the gear lever. The car also has a rear roller blind, rear headrests that can be dropped, it has a ride height control and the Sports setting. The front seats double as massagers with the 'Pulse' button on the front of the centre console and when the car's in Sports mode, the side bolsters of the front seat tighten up when the car enters a corner. The instrument cluster can display any malfunctions the car has, there's also a command that lets you how long you want the rear number plate light to stay on after you've got out of the car and the S600 features the new voice integration phone system. There are buttons on the dashboard and each and one of them has their own command.
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Design quirks and oddities
The W220 S600 features a voice-integration phone system. With this feature, you can make phone calls and store names and numbers using your voice. To dial someone by their name, the driver will have to say "Dial name". When the system said "The name please", the driver will say the name of a person to dial. Once that is done, the system will start to dial. When the driver wants a phone number stored, he or she will have to say "Store name" and when the system replies with "The number please", the driver then says out the phone number to put in and to store the number, the driver has to say "store" and that's done. However, the problem with the feature is that the system doesn't follow your numbers and as a result, the system says out random numbers (the system usually says out the numbers the driver has said when storing numbers) so the system would have to be 'taught'. Jeremy Clarkson had experienced this situation when he road-tested the S600 in Season 1, Episode 6 of Top Gear. What's more is that the integration system played up on him.
In the W220 S600, there are a total of 140 motors including the engine.
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