Mercedes-Benz’s Maybach division is already producing the biggest version of the S-class (the Pullman) and the safest version of the S-class (the S600 Guard). But what happens when you merge those two extremes into one armoured massive sedan? Maybach can now charge that desire with the new Mercedes-Maybach S600 Pullman Guard.
This car is perfect for VIPs,. It has impressive new S-class has the 21-foot-long extended body comparing to the standard Pullman and has same impressive level of safeguard as the S600 Guard.
That means it is resistant to damage up to the VR9 protection class standard (including areas made of glass) and damage resistant that meets Directive ERV 2010 claims.
Mercedes says that treating guard does not claim any deals on the Pullman’s extravagantly luxurious and large interior. Standard equipment will include partition aft of the driver. Also sumptuous „executive“ seats with adjustable footrest and leather upholstery everywhere you can think of. Customers will participate at all sorts of customization possibilities, as we expected.
It’s not surprising that the Pullman Guard has limit to 99mph top speed
For moving around the car’s whopping 12,000-plus-pound curb weight- that’s more heavy than an absolutely massive GMC Topkick C4500 we tested back in 2005, the Pullman Guard’s 530-hp, twin-turbo V12 engine will have to cut its work out. It’s not surprising that the Pullman Guard has limit to 99mph top speed.
It’s not clear if the Pullman Guard will make it officialy to the U’S’, but we have no doubts that Americans with enough money will not be rejected if they asked Mercedes Benz nicely enough.
The ultimate in S-class safeguard and size should command an appropriately pretty high price tag when it comes to reaching customers in the end of the next year,. With the standard S600 Pullman costing „around half a million Euros“.