The range-topping Mercedes S-Class model will be the S600 Pullman, a stretched limousine that will embody the brand’s best technologies, luxury and comfort features.
Carrying a price tag of around $1 million (€745,000), the S-Class Pullman will be 6.4 meters (21 feet) long, or about 200mm (7.8in) longer than the longest Maybach, the 62.
The official trademark photos you see here and which were filed in February last year are believed to show that car.
As you can see, the S600 Pullman retains the front and rear end of the regular Mercedes-Benz S600 unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show earlier this year. What changes is the profile, with the longer wheelbase filled by longer rear doors and two additional lateral windows.
Since the wheelbase is reported to be 1 meter (3.28 feet) longer than the standard S-Class model’s, the Pullman will offer three rows of seats, with the second row facing rearward, and seating for six.
The model will reportedly be built to customer specification by Mercedes-Benz tuner Brabus. There are no details on whether the S600 Pullman will feature an uprated version of the regular S600’s 6.0-liter bi-turbo V12 engine or if it will adopt the standard version producing 523hp (530PS) and 830 Nm (612 lb-ft) of torque.
By Dan Mihalascu