Here’s your first look at the third variant of the Mercedes S-Class W222 after the sedan and coupe. It’s the S-Class limousine called the Pullman, which is technically the replacement for the deceased Maybach. It has now been revealed through some leaked patent images.
Mercedes S-Class Pullman looks pretty much identical to the normal sedan version, save the stretched length which measures 6.4 meters (252 inches). The ample space in the back is used for a limo-style seating arrangement with two rows of seats facing each other. Naturally, the rear compartment is separated from the driver’s part with a divider.
Due to their experience with lavish interiors and ultra-powerful powertrains, Brabus is reportedly tapped to make the Mercedes S-Class Pullman for Daimler, and they have ambitious plans for it, including a fully-armoured version that weighs 5.5 tons. Prices will naturally be quite high, starting at around $1.2 million.
Mercedes S-Class Pullman will not be the last derivative of the W222. We know for sure there is a S-Class Cabriolet in the works, and there are rumors of a couple more variants yet to be confirmed.