We already know that Mercedes-Benz will roll out the new S-Class Pullman in order to take on vehicles such as the Rolls-Royce Phantom. Priced at a hefty $1 million, the new S-Class Pullman will be built by Brabus and promises to be longer and more luxurious than its British rival.
Moreover, the vehicle will offer four rear seats that will face each other and will be separated from the chauffeur compartment by a window. The new Mercedes-Benz S-Class Pullman showed its face thanks to some patent photos released by a Dutch magazine.
Looking just like a stretched S-Class, the new vehicle promises to have a total length of 6.4 meters (252 inches), while the armored variant will weigh around 5,300 kg (11,684 lbs). Under the hood, we expect to see the 6.0-liter V12 engine delivering 0ver 530 hp (390 kW), same used by the current Mercedes-Benz S600.
Mercedes-Benz is expected to unveil the S-Class Pullman later this year so stay tuned as we will bring you more details as soon as we get them!
Wherever a Mercedes is, people could immediately recognize it as one, thanks to the classic Mercedes face.
Mercedes design chief Gorden Wagener quipped that the S-Class always comes with a sophisticated design that expresses luxury and automotive grandeur of its era. This is continued by the latest S -Class, which is built with classic architecture and flowing silhouette that enable it to become a modern embodiment of sensual clarity.
Wagener added that the design of the S-Class connects the progressive design idiom to the classic elegance of Mercedes’ cars of the 1930s. He called the S-Class as a true design icon, as its stylish sportiness and sensual forms harmonize with effortless superiority and timeless clarity.
Highlighting the effortless superiority of the new Mercedes S-Class is a new larger, three-dimensional radiator and its classic saloon proportions are defined by its long bonnet, domed roof line and gently slanting rear end. Mercedes ensured that both the size and space of the new S-Class are prestigious, with its dynamic roof line adding to its sporty coupe-style looks.
Mercedes’ so-called Dropping Line – a character line descending from front to rear – lends structure to the side wall while making the S-Class seem in motion even at a standstill. The flank, meanwhile, features a convex-concave effect that embodies the excitement exuded by the saloon’s dynamic and elongated car body. The S-Class also features an athletic character as highlighted by the pronounced shoulder above the rear wheel.
Meanwhile, the side wall of the new S-Class is laden with exaggerated surfaces and lines, generating a new level of excitement as they elegantly flow to the rear end while offering aerodynamic advantages. The width of the luxury saloon is emphasized by horizontal lines spanning from the boot lid to the bumper while the signature of Mercedes designers is evident in the rear windscreen, cutting into the C-pillars.