2014 Mercedes-Benz S-Class spied with extra long wheelbase and a new side window

The all-new S-Class range is growing fast. The standard and long-wheelbase variants have both been unveiled, including the hot S63 AMG.

Here we have a new prototype with an extra long wheelbase and a new side window, that some sites claim is a new Mercedes-Benz S-Class Pullmann, which is very likely wrong information as the new Pullmann will be reportedly a 6-seater with a 2+2+2 seating, meaning it should be much longer than a regular S-Class. As you can see from the interior picture it has two individual rear seats and there obviously is no room for another row of seats. This is most likely a another more luxurious S-Class sitting underneath the upcoming Pullman, which is rumoured to replace the Maybach.

Mercedes-Benz recently confirmed that there will be in total six models.. “there will be now three new models in addition to the short-wheelbase and extended wheelbase variants and the S-Class coupé.”

We already know there will be S-Class Coupe, S-Class Convertible and S-Class Pullman. The third one is very likely the car pictured here. This extreme long-wheelbased S-Class is about 20 centimeters longer than the standard model and has much more space for rear passengers. A “Hybrid” sticker at the front reveals the silver prototype is a hybrid model.

What will Mercedes call it? Perhaps Grosser name is making a comeback or will they call it just Grand? Stay tuned for more details!


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