Mercedes S-Class Pullman Planned With $1M Price Tag

Stephen Elmer
by Stephen Elmer

The Mercedes-Benz S-Class sits above almost all others when it comes to luxury cars, but the new Pullman edition will be second to none.

The German luxury brand is planning a new S-Class Pullman which will be the most expensive sedan on the market, selling for roughly $1 Million. Basically a limousine, the car will feature three rows, though the four rear seats will face each other, and there will be a partition between the passengers and driver. Overall length for the Pullman will be 21-feet, making it a full 16 inches longer than the long wheelbase Rolls-Royce Phantom.

Armor plating will also be an option on this ultra-luxury S-Class.

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This car will try and reinvent the famous 600 Pullman model that was enjoyed by celebrities like John Lennon and even world dictators. It will also help Mercedes-Benz in the chase to overtake both Audi and BMW as the most profitable and most sold luxury brand in the world.

Mercedes will also reintroduce the Maybach name onto a long-wheelbase version of the S-Class, which will debut at the upcoming LA Auto Show. There is also a Coupe version of the S-Class available now while a convertible is due to be revealed later this year.

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[Source: Bloomberg]

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Stephen Elmer
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  • Smartacus Smartacus on Jun 27, 2014

    Hey I'm not insinuating that I'm not all for the S-Class Pullingmylegman; but for a cool Mil couldn't it have gullwing rear doors, center lug rims, 4-wheel-steering, complimentary service, and automatic Lufthansa VIP lounge access?