Mercedes will debut at least two new models at next month’s Geneva Motor Show.
According to a report from Reuters, the German automaker will unveil its new S-Class Pullman, which will be a six-seater stretched limousine that was revealed in patent images late last year. Seen above is the previous-generation S-Class in Pullman trim and you can get a pretty good idea of what the new Pullman will look like taking on the new S-Class styling. It is expected that the Pullman will have a wheelbase that is about 3.3-feet longer than the standard production model, allowing for an extra row of seats with a row of rear-facing seats allowing for face-to-face discussions.
Joining the S-Class Pullman is the C-Class hybrid, which will be the first of many Mercedes vehicles to be sold with hybrid powertrains. Like other hybrids available in today’s market, expect the C-Class hybrid to have the capability of commuting in an all-electric mode for city driving.
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