Another version of the new generation of the Mercedes-Benz S-Class, the “Maybach”, has been recently caught on camera while it was being tested out, on the Nurburgring.
The German based automaker Mercedes-Benz is continuing to expand its new S-Class generation and in between developing the regular body style of the model, the Coupe, Cabrio or the stretched “limousine” version, the car company has been recently spotted while testing out a long wheelbase variant of the model. The vehicle seen in the video posted below is riding on an increased wheelbase length and it is believed to be the true successor of the Maybach.
The bigger distance between the two axles is translated into longer rear doors and a third side window, which is camouflaged in this prototype. The model in question will be providing an extra space for the rear occupants and it is believed to stand at 5,600 mm long, riding on a 3,665 mm wheelbase. The Mercedes-Benz S-Class “Maybach” is said to be offered in the S600 and in the S65 AMG versions, but more variants of the model may be developed. The vehicle should be officially presented to the public in November, during the Guangzhou Motor Show, in China.
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