Mercedes-Benz picked Auto Shanghai to introduce the sedan versions of the facelifted S-Class, but for the new S-Class Cabriolet, the carmaker will unveil the convertible during the upcoming Frankfurt Motor Show in Germany.

To get people excited, the carmaker has released this teaser video that shows the car “taking its top off” to the tune of some soothing music. As pleasant as the visuals are, most of what is being shown to us is pretty familiar, at least until you reach the 15-second mark.

At that point, we are shown the updated convertible’s silhouette, where we see what appears to be updated headlamps and taillights. We reckon there will be more visual updates inside and out, which will only be revealed when Mercedes-Benz takes the wraps off of the new S-Class Cabriolet.

Like the new S-Class sedans, the convertible will likely see an update to its powertrain offerings, as we’ve seen with the S 500 sedan’s new M256 3.0 litre turbocharged inline six-cylinder petrol engine. The powerplant comes with comes with a 49-volt integral starter/alternator on the sedan, which is able to provide an additional 250 Nm of torque and 16 kW (21 hp) of output if needed.

The update will also include an expanded Intelligent Drive suite of driver assistance systems that provides improved support to the driver, be it in terms of safety or comfort. Expect more technology to be squeezed into the cabin as well, including the brand’s Energising comfort control.

The S-Class Cabriolet will also be joined by the C217 S-Class Coupe on stage, as indicated in a Mercedes-Benz release that announced some of the vehicles that will be on display at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Other exhibits include the Mercedes-AMG Project One, an EQ compact car concept and the GLC F-Cell EQ Power.