Mercedes-Benz S-Class Pullman to Replace Dead Maybach in May 2014
The S-Class is currently offered with a short wheelbase of 119.4 inches (3.035 mm), as well as with a long wheelbase, which sits at 124.6 inches (3,165 mm) - the latter is the only one sold in the us.
2014 will see Mercedes launch the S-Class Pulmann (rendered above), which is expected to have a wheelbase boost of between 11.8 and 13.7 inches (300-350 mm) compared to the LWB S-Class. This will place the vehicle at almost 236 inches (6 meters) in length.
Previous reports indicated that there would be two Pullman versions that would replace the two defunct Maybach models, but, at the moment, there’s no info on that.
Since the idea that the S-Class range will eventually have six models still stands, it means that apart from the thee aforementioned incarnations, as well as a coupe and a cabriolet, we may get a four-door coupe.
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Their cars are much more comfortable,longer and they just look powerfool, unlike sick Britnish ancient look.And who says that Maybach is just tuned S-class is totally stupid,because he dont have sense for glamour and luxury!!!