Among other vehicles, the S-Class is built in Sindelfingen.
The automaker did not disclose details about potential output losses.
Mercedes said that all its plants worldwide are still operating.
"We are closely monitoring the situation and are in close contact with our suppliers in order to work intensively together on solutions to safeguard our supply chains," the automaker said.
"This includes, among other things, relocating production scopes to other locations of our suppliers. With the high flexibility of our plants, we also try to avoid outages as much as possible."Automakers with factories in Germany have been hit after supplies of key components, mainly wire harnesses, made in Ukraine were halted after Russia invaded the countries.
BMW has halted output this week at its plants in Dingolfing and Munich, Germany, and at its Mini plant in Oxford, England.
Porsche said on Wednesday that it will stop production of its Taycan electric sports sedan until March 18 because of missing parts. The automaker also said production of the Macan SUV in Leipzig will resume on a reduced basis next week.
Volkswagen has paused production in Wolfsburg until March 18.