Reports suggest with “high probability” that the name could be applied to special versions of the new Mercedes-Benz S-Class flagship sedan, perhaps a long-wheelbase or maybe even a Pullman model.
The long-wheelbase version of the car is expected to feature 2+2 seating, but the Pullman could go for a triple-duce arrangement, 2+2+2. Of course at this point nobody knows for certain, it could seat a dozen people, party-bus style in chairs made from wicker.
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A super-stretch version of the S-Class featuring a hub-to-hub span that’s nearly eight inches greater than the standard long-wheelbase model is rumored to be in the works as well.
The Maybach name would almost certainly be reserved exclusively for the highest-end variants of the brand’s Sonderklasse flagship. Where and when it could go on sale is a total unknown right now.
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