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Brabus to build Mercedes Benz S-Class Pullman

Snapshot: The extra long version of the S-Class could become the world’s most expensive sedan.

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If reports coming out of Germany are to be believed, the high-performance aftermarket tuner Brabus will reportedly, begin building the Mercedes Benz S-Class Pullman from next year. If this indeed happens, we could be looking at the world’s most expensive sedan in the world. 

The S-Class sedan that could resurrect the Pullman name tag will be the extra long version, stretching to approximately 21 feet and making it 16 inches longer than the Rolls Royce Phantom Extended Wheelbase. Like the previous generations of Mercedes Pullmans, the upcoming model will also be exclusively offered in the S600 trim and will feature the prestigious armour protection. Inside, there will be three rows of seats.  

The production of the speculated S-Class Pullman is expected to begin in December 2015 and once ready, the model could carry a sticker price of more than double of the Rolls Royce Phantom. Lastly, it was also reported that the prototype of the Mercedes Pullman were recently, spotted outside Brabus’ headquarters in Bottrop, Germany. 

Having said all of the above, Brabus and Mercedes Benz parent company Dailmer have declined to give out any official comment on the matter. 

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