Daimler chief Dieter Zetsche has disclosed preliminary details about the S-Class Pullman which is scheduled to come out in the next three years.

Daimler chief Dieter Zetsche has disclosed preliminary details about the S-Class Pullman which is scheduled to come out in the next three years.

In an interview given to Autocar at Frankfurt Motor Show, Zetsche said the Pullman version will start at 200,000 EUR and reach up to 250,000 EUR for the fully-loaded model. Aside from the higher price tag, the Pullman version will receive a modified exterior to make it stand out from the regular S-Class models and also be worthy of filling in the gap left by defunct Maybach.

Mercedes-Benz's plans for the S-Class expansion will continue with a production version of the Coupe Concept which will be followed by the convertible. The Pullman variant is expected to come out in the next three years after the two aforementioned derivatives. The car will be approximately six meters long and should have an approximate wheelbase size of 3515mm.

Note: Spy photo depicts 2014 Mercedes-Benz S-Class extra-long wheelbase, not the Pullman version.

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