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Mike Stevens | Jul, 08 2014 | 2 Comments

Mercedes has reportedly engaged German tuning house Brabus - known for its sometimes outrageous Mercedes and Smart makeovers - to build its new Pullman limousine.

According to Germany’s Automobilwoche, the tuner will begin full-scale production of the ultra-luxurious new flagship S-Class model in late 2015.

Details on the new model are unclear, although it is believed the Pullman will measure a massive 406mm longer than the stretched 6090mm version of the Rolls-Royce Phantom. And, at around US$1 million, more than twice the price.

Developed for presidents and the platinum-heeled, the S-Class Pullman is expected to feature three-rows of seating - the rear two facing each other - and, of course, the option of armour plating.

Another new model is also expected to join the S-Class range, this one slotting in between the regular body and the Pullman in both price and length.

It is rumoured that new model will be named the S-Class Maybach, reviving the badge that was killed in December 2013 after the brand managed just 157 sales in the previous year - compared to 2711 Rolls-Royce sales in the same period.

Unlike the Pullman, the S-Class Maybach is expected to have just two rows of seating, but the longer wheelbase will allow for exceptional rear leg room and a near-flat reclining of the back seats.

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