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Maybach S600 Pullman Spotted on the Road

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If you were disappointed by the new Mercedes-Maybach because it was just an S-Class with more leather inside, here’s something substantially different to cheer you up. This is the upcoming Maybach S600 Pullman, a proper limousine built in partnership with Brabus, boasting a length of 6.5 meters.

This Maybach S600 Pullman is a test car, as it says on the back, so the finished product might still look a bit different from what you see here. But front and rear-end designs remain, crucially, S-Class. We do however dig the weird tint on the side windows which appear to be featuring the same sort of technology Mercedes uses in their Magic Sky Control roofs.

As the name suggests, Maybach S600 Pullman will have the 600 engine which is a V12 bi-turbo unit capable of developing 530 horsepower. That said, this thing is a Brabus production, and those guys cannot see an engine and not tune it. So we are looking forward to see what they have in store for the luxury limo.

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