If for whatever reason you find the standard Mercedes S-
The Class is a bit small, and the long wheelbase version may be exactly what you need.
The Maybach version is even longer, but the version of the company's flagship sedan is larger if your wallet can handle it. Enter Pullman.
Daimler's most luxurious car wheelbase is 4418mm kilometers longer than the entire length of many compact cars.
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Under the guise of cosmetic surgery, we think it is worth sharing considering that Pullman is not common.
Everything you like about V12powered S-
Class, but there is more space in the cabin with four rear seats insideà-
The Vis and electric glass partition walls provide you with additional privacy.
For such a long time, Mercedes has found a way to install no less than 24 speakers throughout the interior, which is not surprising as part of a premium Burmester sound system.
When you see the impressive length of the back door, allowing access to the luxury cabin, the huge size of the car is more obvious, and the lambswool floor mats and a large number of electric curtains indicate that this is not just any one
Class, it is the final S.
Not only is the Pullman version a little longer than a metre (
1053mm to be accurate)
Smaller than Maybach.
But it's also 100mm higher, which means more space.
As you would expect from the limo, there is leather as standard in almost all places, including door frames and headlining with roofs --
Mounting dial for temperature, speed and time.
As a review, Mercedes updated Pullman earlier this year to give it a new grille with vertical batten, fresh 20-
Inch wheels and upgraded V12 engines are now packaged at 621 BHP Billiton and 737-ft torque.
The cars shown here are "only" 523 BHP Billiton and 612-ft.