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2016 Mercedes-Benz S600 Pullman Interior Spyshots Show Armour

Now that the Mercedes-Maybach S600 has landed, we are zooming in on the final uber-lavhish incarnation of the S-Class family, namely the S600 Pullman. We hadn’t seen the prototypes since last fall and now our spy photographers have managed to get inside the elongated S.
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As you can see in the gallery below, the cabin is far from being complete, since we have missing door cards, for instance. This means that we are still far from the debut of the car. Speaking of which, the Mercedes-Benz Pullman is expected to land late this year, possibly in September, at the 2015 Frankfurt Auto Show.

Still, the pics confirm the four-door layout of the vehicle. We didn’t expect the Pullman to come with six doors, but earlier prototypes used a six-pack of door handles in an attempt to trick us. After all, German coachbuilder Binz does offer a six-door E-Class.

The images also allow us to see the armour plates, an effort that is said to come from Mercedes’ favorite tuner, Brabus. We’ll remind you that, back in 2014, an S-Class Pullman was spotted parked inside the Brabus facility in Bottrop, Germany.

Regardless, the S-Class Pulmann will offer a 2+2+2 seat layout, with the four seats in the rear facing each other in pairs.

The technical details


The rumor mill has apparently used its measuring instruments on the S-Class Pullman and we were told the car will measure around 6.4 meters in length (252 inches), with the wheelbase accounting for around 4 meters (160 inches).

A glance at the S-Class Pullmans of the past makes us expect the car to arrive in S600 guise only. This means that motivation will come from a twin-turbo 6.0-liter V12 delivering 523 hp and 612 lb-ft (830 Nm) of twist.

The price? Don’t ask about that, it only means you can’t afford one. Stil, neither can we, so might as well go down this road and mention the Pullman is expected to climb as high as $1 million.

 
 
 
 
 

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