Automobilwoche is reporting Brabus will be in charge of producing the Mercedes-Benz S-Class Pullman.

Automobilwoche is reporting Brabus will be in charge of producing the Mercedes-Benz S-Class Pullman.

Back in April we saw the camouflaged S-Class Pullman in front of Brabus' factory in Bottrop, Germany which now makes sense as a report from Germany says Brabus will build the longest version of the S-Class. The car is expected to be 6.4 meters (252 inches) long and will adopt a 2+2+2 seating configuration with the four rear seats facing each other and separated from the front ones through a privacy divider.

Brabus will also produce an armored version believed to weigh 5,300 kg (11,684 lbs) that will allegedly cost no less than 1M EUR. The model should come out in 2015 after the Mercedes-Benz S-Class Maybach set to be unveiled in November at the Los Angeles Auto Show with a wheelbase stretched by 200mm compared to the LWB S-Class (3165mm). The Maybach reboot will be offered at least in S600 and S65 AMG guises as seen in previous spy shots.

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