New Mercedes-Maybach Pullman revealed as a range topping S-Class

Back in December Mercedes unveiled the new Mercedes-Maybach S600 as the new luxury range topping S-Class saloon.

Just in time for the 50th birthday of the best-known Pullman saloon of them all, the Mercedes-Benz 600, a new Pullman, the Mercedes-Maybach’s second model has been revealed ahead of next month’s Geneva debut. Of course it is bigger and more expensive than the already unveiled “standard” Maybach.

The new model is 6.5 metres long, making it 1053 mm longer than the Mercedes-Maybach S-Class. The Mercedes-Maybach Pullman is also 100mm taller than the standard S-Class and features a 4418mm long wheelbase, providing space for a generously-sized and tastefully-appointed club lounge in the rear.

This chauffeur-driven limousine has VIP occupants sit on two standard-specification executive seats facing the direction of travel. They can enjoy the greatest legroom in the segment; and can get into and out of the car with the greatest of ease and comfort.

The four passengers can sit facing each other in the compartment with an electrically-operated partition window.

The absolute top-of-the-range model is the Mercedes-Maybach Pullman S600, featuring a 523bhp 6.0-litre V12 biturbo engine with a maximum torque of 612 lb-ft available from 1900 rpm.

The prices for unarmoured models start at around half a million euros (£370k) with first customers taking delivery of their vehicles at the beginning of 2016.

Mercedes-Maybach Pullman S 600 interior 2

Mercedes-Maybach Pullman S 600 interior

Mercedes-Maybach Pullman S 600 rear

 


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