Nestled at the top of the upper tier of Mercedes-Benz’ luxury automobile pyramid sits the Maybach line, and this is the cream of that crop, the Mercedes-Maybach Pullman.
Arriving on the 50th anniversary of the original Pullman limousine, the new model stretches out to a whopping 21.3 feet, making it 3.5 feet longer than the standard-wheelbase Mercedes-Maybach S-Class. Headroom also won’t be a problem, as it’s nearly four inches higher than a standard S-Class. The leather-clad interior features two reclining seats and two fold-down seats that face backwards. Engine options will be available, but a 6.0-liter twin-turbo V12 (523 horsepower and 612 pound-feet of torque) will be the go-to choice for many. Privacy will be enhanced with oversized rear doors that open in front of the vehicle’s rear seats, as well as a glass partition wall with an 18.5-inch monitor mounted in front of it. Expect to pay upwards of $570,000 if you can nudge the State Department out of the way to get one.