Mercedes-Benz – Automobile Magazine http://www.automobilemag.com No Boring Cars! | Reviews, Auto Shows, Lifestyle Wed, 31 Aug 2016 22:10:31 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.5.3 First Look: 2017 Mercedes-AMG GLC43 Coupe http://www.automobilemag.com/news/2017-mercedes-amg-glc43-coupe-first-look/ http://www.automobilemag.com/news/2017-mercedes-amg-glc43-coupe-first-look/#respond Wed, 31 Aug 2016 22:01:26 +0000 http://www.automobilemag.com/?p=984188 Today’s Mercedes-Benz isn’t a company that lives by restraint, as for every normal automobile in its lineup it also offers a brilliantly frenzied AMG-tuned iteration. The latest in this seemingly never-ending stream of absurd pedestrian cars is the new 2017 Mercedes-AMG GLC43 Coupe. With this new AMG-enhanced version, Mercedes offers GLC customers a more potent...

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Today’s Mercedes-Benz isn’t a company that lives by restraint, as for every normal automobile in its lineup it also offers a brilliantly frenzied AMG-tuned iteration. The latest in this seemingly never-ending stream of absurd pedestrian cars is the new 2017 Mercedes-AMG GLC43 Coupe. With this new AMG-enhanced version, Mercedes offers GLC customers a more potent engine and sporty character from its four-door small SUV coupe.

Mercedes built the GLC Coupe to go head-to-head against the BMW X4. In Mercedes’ SUV classification, the GLC is somewhat bigger than the compact GLA, slightly smaller than the GLE, and much smaller than the range-topping GLS. Stop us if you’re confused.

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The E-Class-derived 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged V-6 engine develops 362 hp and 384 lb-ft of torque in the GLC43 Coupe, down five horsepower from the non-coupe GLC43 but up one lb-ft. AMG shortened shift times on the 9G-Tronic 9-speed automatic transmission, which is coupled to a rear-biased 4MATIC all-wheel drive system. This setup gets the GLC43 Coupe off the line and to 60 mph in just 4.8 seconds.

When we drove the new Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe in the Swiss Alps, we felt that while the car was executed flawlessly, it was based around an inconsistent vehicle concept that doesn’t really have a true purpose. However, it does have appeal to a certain demographic that is hungry for more premium crossovers.

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This AMG-tuned GLC43 then, has the potential to help us to figure out the GLC Coupe’s purpose. Maybe adding more horsepower and a dynamic sporty character are just what the GLC Coupe needs to distinguish itself among the plethora of other luxury crossovers on the road? Mercedes hasn’t disclosed how much the GLC43 will cost, but the Coupe will go on sale in the first quarter of 2017, so expect pricing details to be released closer to its on-sale date.

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2018 Mercedes-AMG GT R Terrorizes the Green Hell (W/Video) http://www.automobilemag.com/news/2018-mercedes-amg-gt-r-terrorizes-green-hell-wvideo/ http://www.automobilemag.com/news/2018-mercedes-amg-gt-r-terrorizes-green-hell-wvideo/#respond Mon, 29 Aug 2016 21:00:24 +0000 http://www.automobilemag.com/?p=983610 The folks at Affalterbach call their new 2018 Mercedes-AMG GT R the “Beast of the Green Hell,” and a prototype caught lapping the Nürburgring suggests that name is well earned. The video below, posted by YouTube user Gumbal, captured an AMG GT R test vehicle terrorizing the Green Hell, as it quickly speeds down the...

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The folks at Affalterbach call their new 2018 Mercedes-AMG GT R the “Beast of the Green Hell,” and a prototype caught lapping the Nürburgring suggests that name is well earned.

The video below, posted by YouTube user Gumbal, captured an AMG GT R test vehicle terrorizing the Green Hell, as it quickly speeds down the straights and corners, forcing other motorists to get out of its way. While the prototype isn’t sporting the attention-grabbing “AMG green hell magno” paint, GT R-exclusive goodies are in plain sight, including the large, fixed-rear spoiler, the grille with vertical bars, the wide front and rear fenders, and the center-mounted exhaust pipes, which can be heard snapping and popping throughout the video.

As previously reported, the 2018 AMG GT R is powered by a twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8 making 577 hp and 516 lb-ft of torque, 74 hp and 37 lb-ft more than the Mercedes-AMG GT S. The GT R also showcases a few weight-saving measures, including carbon fiber fenders, roof, and the torque tube that connects the engine to the rear transaxle. The automaker says it should run from 0-60 mph in the low three-second range.

The AMG GT R is the third model to join the lineup, which includes the base AMG GT and the midlevel GT S. Rumors also suggest a GT C variant is in works and will slot between the GT S and GT R in price and performance. The GT family will expand even further once the convertible is released.

 

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Mercedes-Benz Teams Up with Roger Federer For Hilarious New SL Commercial http://www.automobilemag.com/news/mercedes-benz-teams-roger-federer-hilarious-new-sl-commercial/ http://www.automobilemag.com/news/mercedes-benz-teams-roger-federer-hilarious-new-sl-commercial/#respond Thu, 25 Aug 2016 21:07:36 +0000 http://www.automobilemag.com/?p=983168 To highlight the extensive and far-reaching history of its SL Roadster, Mercedes-Benz teamed up with tennis legend Roger Federer for a hilarious new commercial. To the delight of tennis fans, Federer imitates some of the greatest competitors tennis has ever seen. First, through the clever use of CGI and editing trickery, Federer is transported back...

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To highlight the extensive and far-reaching history of its SL Roadster, Mercedes-Benz teamed up with tennis legend Roger Federer for a hilarious new commercial. To the delight of tennis fans, Federer imitates some of the greatest competitors tennis has ever seen.

First, through the clever use of CGI and editing trickery, Federer is transported back to the era of tennis icon Rod Laver. Federer cuts a striking figure in the grainy black-and-white footage, driving a gorgeous red Mercedes 300SL Roadster through the streets of Paris. In the vid, he meets and “plays” Laver, who commends him on both his talent and his car.

Next, Federer hops forward to the 1980s, where he displays some outbursts characteristic of John McEnroe. The svelte 300SL is now a elegant W113 Pagoda from the 1970s. Finally, It’s the 1980s, with Federer donning Agassi’s trademark mullet. The simple and unadorned W113 Pagoda is now a clean-cut and handsome R107 SL.

In the end, we see Federer climb behind the wheel of the brand new SL, in this case the refreshed and facelifted 2017 Mercedes-AMG SL63. The shot closes with Federer, now as himself, driving the roadster down a coastal road.

Watch Mercedes’ goofy SL commercial in the video below.

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Watch the Mercedes-Maybach Vision 6 Move via Remote Control http://www.automobilemag.com/news/watch-mercedes-maybach-6-move-via-remote-control/ http://www.automobilemag.com/news/watch-mercedes-maybach-6-move-via-remote-control/#respond Thu, 25 Aug 2016 20:15:24 +0000 http://www.automobilemag.com/?p=983112 A new video featuring the Mercedes-Maybach Vision 6 concept has revealed new details about the long and wild coupe that debuted at Monterey Car Week in Pebble Beach, Calif. For starters, you don’t need to be in the driver’s seat to maneuver the Vision 6 concept because it features remote-control capability, as revealed in the...

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A new video featuring the Mercedes-Maybach Vision 6 concept has revealed new details about the long and wild coupe that debuted at Monterey Car Week in Pebble Beach, Calif.

For starters, you don’t need to be in the driver’s seat to maneuver the Vision 6 concept because it features remote-control capability, as revealed in the video below posted by YouTube user Marchettino. Marchettino captured the Mercedes-Maybach Vision 6 concept at the closing of Monterey Car Week when the coupe was getting loaded into a covered transport truck. He noticed the Maybach moving without anyone in the driver’s seat and then saw a man with a remote control who appeared to be maneuvering the massive coupe from the side of the road. Marchettino observed the Maybach for hours into the night, until it was finally loaded into the truck.

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The nighttime footage showcases the concept’s fancy exterior lights. Most notable are the LED accent lights that dominate the rocker panel, something that wasn’t obvious in the photos or our Facebook live video (also posted below) when the concept was indoors and stationary.

As previously reported, the all-electric concept features four motors, one at each wheel, for a total of 738 hp. The concept likely cuts back the horsepower in remote-control mode for safety reasons. The “6” in the concept’s name refers to its overall length (in meters), making it longer than the Mercedes-Maybach S600 sedan. With the Mercedes-Maybach S600 Pullman limo already in production, a new coupe similar to this concept would definitely add some drama to the Maybach lineup.

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2017 Mercedes-Benz E300 4Matic – 30-Day Test Introduction http://www.automobilemag.com/news/2017-mercedes-benz-e300-4matic-30-day-test-intro/ http://www.automobilemag.com/news/2017-mercedes-benz-e300-4matic-30-day-test-intro/#respond Tue, 23 Aug 2016 10:00:46 +0000 http://www.automobilemag.com/?p=977688 The launch of a new Mercedes-Benz E-Class historically brings along fresh technology and new features, many with marketing-rich designations. The latest W213 E-Class is no different. As such, we’re spending 30 days with the 2017 Mercedes-Benz E300 4Matic, digging into the depths of all the technology and seeing if changes such as powertrain downsizing dilute...

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The launch of a new Mercedes-Benz E-Class historically brings along fresh technology and new features, many with marketing-rich designations. The latest W213 E-Class is no different. As such, we’re spending 30 days with the 2017 Mercedes-Benz E300 4Matic, digging into the depths of all the technology and seeing if changes such as powertrain downsizing dilute the model’s long-standing brilliance.

Pre-Safe Sound encompasses “pink noise” played by the audio system during an impending accident, reducing hearing damage in a crash. Car-to-X communication is a Waze-like feature allowing new E-Class models to communicate with each other regarding accidents and other travel issues. Add in three different options for controlling the large infotainment display plus the latest radar cruise control with steering assist, and the new German sedan certainly carries a learning curve. There’s also a new four-cylinder gasoline engine, a clear break from tradition under the hood.

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The E-Class traditionally isn’t the sportiest offering in the segment. Initial impressions reveal that the W213 stays true to this placement among its peers. The torquey, 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-four is stolen from the C-Class but is hitched to a new nine-speed automatic. We’ll see if two extra gears in the transmission can make up for the loss of 61 hp and gain of 66 pounds compared to the outgoing base E-Class, the E350. The new forced-induction engine does bring along a small bump in EPA fuel economy numbers—22/29 city/highway versus 20/28 for the old car.

Our test car is fitted with the optional $1,900 air suspension, which adjusts dampers as well as ride height. Its ability to isolate occupants over rough pavement at low speeds is impressive. One chassis caveat involves the tires installed on this early-build press car: Our E-Class carries Euro-spec, conventional performance tires on 18-inch wheels; the U.S-spec E300 utilizes all-season, run-flat tires, so ride quality and cornering grip will likely suffer.

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Owners of the outgoing W212 E-Class will be surprised and, quite possibly, overwhelmed when they first sit inside the new car. It’s taken on very much a baby S-Class feel and design in the cabin. Gone is the button-happy and restrained Germanic interior design of the old E, replaced with a far more modern, flowing design. The 12.3-inch center infotainment screen is gorgeous and our test car features a second, equally sized $850 display replacing the standard instrument cluster. The combination fills much of the dashboard with brilliant displays and allows an array of user-configurable options. We spent nearly an hour playing with all the features in a parking lot, and we’re still quite sure there are more settings and pages to be found. The standard infotainment screen is controlled by either a traditional rotary controller or a touchpad with handwriting recognition, both living in the center console. Alternatively, you’re able to keep your hands on the steering wheel and utilize smartphone-like thumb controls to navigate both screens. Ironically, initial impressions reveal one particular issue with the new interior: a distinct lack of some basic and much-needed buttons. There are no preset buttons or simple track or station forward and backward controls. Also, you can no longer toggle through the various radio bands or media inputs by pushing the function buttons multiple times, as in the old E-Class. We love the modernization of the interior design on the new E, but Mercedes possibly went one step too far in certain areas. Outside, Mercedes’ latest sedan looks nearly identical to both the C-Class and S-Class and has lost some of the controversial but distinctive details of the old E. The new car may hover in the world of too restrained.

We’ll continue to engross the full experience of the new E-Class over the next month. We’re excited to further delve into the technology and features through its extended stay, and we certainly hope our knowledge of the Pre-Safe Sound feature is strictly limited to the Mercedes press material.

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Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 Concept Stuns at Pebble Beach http://www.automobilemag.com/news/vision-mercedes-maybach-6-concept-stuns-pebble-beach/ http://www.automobilemag.com/news/vision-mercedes-maybach-6-concept-stuns-pebble-beach/#respond Fri, 19 Aug 2016 01:00:04 +0000 http://www.automobilemag.com/?p=979580 Maybach has been on quite the roller coaster in the last 20 years. But under the auspices of Mercedes-Benz, the brand has been rejuvenated to the tune of four new models, all of them based in some way on the S-Class luxury sedan. Onlookers at Monterey Car Week, however, got the first glimpse at what...

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Maybach has been on quite the roller coaster in the last 20 years. But under the auspices of Mercedes-Benz, the brand has been rejuvenated to the tune of four new models, all of them based in some way on the S-Class luxury sedan. Onlookers at Monterey Car Week, however, got the first glimpse at what the future of ultra-elite luxury, technology, and performance will look like in the minds of Stuttgart’s best and brightest. The all-electric Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 leads that charge, and thanks to its jaw-dropping 2+2 coupe design and impressive scale, the world is paying close attention.

What you can’t help but notice about the Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 is its size. As its name indicates, it’s almost six meters in length (18.7 feet) and 82.7 inches (6.9 feet) wide, which makes it fair to say the hulking coupe is large and in charge. Yet at the same time, unlike any modern Maybach, the Vision 6 has elegance and tautness that belies its huge footprint.

You’ll recognize the overall shape and silhouette of the Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 from previous concept cars like the Mercedes-Benz Concept IAA. The styling, however, is largely unique, blending a retro-futuristic interpretation of the Maybach aero coupes of the past with the forward-thinking styling cues of the Mercedes-Benz Vision Gran Turismo concept.

The Vision 6’s long hood stretches out far ahead of its set-back greenhouse and long, fast roofline out back. Up front the classic vertical slats of the Maybach grille sit between slim headlights and above a prominent front spoiler. The front fascia leads into a gorgeous view in profile of a truly stunning luxury 2+2 coupe, with flashy show-car ornamentation courtesy of wild 24-inch wheels with aerodynamic rims painted red to match the car’s molten metallic bodywork. Gullwing doors are a clear callout to the heritage of Mercedes-Benz from the 300SL on to the SLS AMG, while the rounded boat-tail rear with its split window is meant to evoke a luxury yacht, according to Mercedes. Tiny side mirrors designed as cameras serve as a reminder that despite the classic shape and design elements, this is a thoroughly forward-looking concept.

What’s only a mild nudge of technology on the outside amounts to a tidal wave on the inside of the Vision 6. A harmonious digital display-in-the-round stretches all around the interior, enveloping the passengers in illuminated bands of continuous glass trim. Mounds of driving data are projected onto the large windshield, all navigable with gesture controls, in both traditional formats as well as augmented reality situations in which the data on the screen responds and interacts with the outside environment. The wave-like seats are done up in high-end leather with a Chesterfield finish, with built-in sensors that can scan occupants’ vital functions to adjust massage or climate controls, while light sensors can read your clothing color or ambient temperature to trigger appropriate interior lighting effects. We’re imagining driving at ten-tenths as the Vision 6 turns up the heat, flashes burning red lights, and wordlessly turns on Metallica at full blast.

In fact, the all-electric Vison Mercedes-Maybach 6 concept is quick considering its mass, quad electric motors for all-wheel drive, and 80-kWh battery in the underfloor. Mercedes says the bug coupe will launch from 0 to 62 mph in 4.0 seconds courtesy of its 738 hp, but can also sustain more than 200 miles of range when necessary. Of course, the vehicle can also be operated autonomously as well.

Charging is possible using public charging plugs, home charging plugs, or 350-kW DC quick-chargers that can restore about 62 miles of range in just five minutes. Just enough time for an espresso and a blueberry scone. On top of that, Mercedes also says the Vision 6 can be charged wirelessly using an electromagnetic field.

While much of what the Vison Mercedes-Maybach 6 is concept-car fluff, its successful both as a far look into the future and as a tempting prospect of a soon-to-come Maybach coupe. And as long as we have the choice whether to snooze with Chopin in the air and a massage on our backs, or lay into 738 hp of meaty electric muscle with our own right foot, we’re ready for the future in the here and now.

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Following the two shadowy teasers from last week, Mercedes continues to reveal glimpses of the upcoming Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 concept, leading up to the official debut at Pebble Beach this year. This is the most revealing teaser yet, giving us both the concept’s name and a complete look at the lengthy coupe.

From the brief flashes in the short video, we can tell this is a stately machine indeed. It’s a long, flowing coupe, bearing more resemblance to modern abstract sculpture than an actual car. The so-called Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 is not the first time we have seen such a distinctively extruded profile from Benz; cars like the voluptuous Vision GT and the more recent IAA carried the same fluid lines despite differing styling cues.

From the short glimpses in the video, we can safely say this car will never find its way to dealership lots, at least not with such extravagant styling. Regardless, this likely previews future plans for the storied German nameplate.

During the all-too-short resurrection of Maybach in the early 2000s, buyers could only choose between a long-wheelbase sedan and a longer-wheelbase sedan. Now, Mercedes might be in it for the long-haul, with the potential for a grand Maybach coupe, SUV, and convertible, alongside the current Mercedes-Maybach S600. It only makes sense, with competitors like Bentley and Rolls-Royce offering top-tier luxury SUVs, coupes, and drop-tops to hungry millionaires.

The Vision Mercedes-Maybach makes its full debut at this year’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.

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Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 Looks Just as Alluring Up Front http://www.automobilemag.com/news/vision-mercedes-maybach-6-looks-just-alluring-front/ http://www.automobilemag.com/news/vision-mercedes-maybach-6-looks-just-alluring-front/#respond Mon, 15 Aug 2016 17:30:27 +0000 http://www.automobilemag.com/?p=977798 Last week, Mercedes teased the silhouette of a mystery coupe, and now we know it’s the Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6. That’s according to the automaker’s latest social media teaser, which shows off the front end of the long, wide sports car. Witness the Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6, debuting 8/18 during Monterey Car Week in Pebble Beach, CA...

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Last week, Mercedes teased the silhouette of a mystery coupe, and now we know it’s the Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6. That’s according to the automaker’s latest social media teaser, which shows off the front end of the long, wide sports car.

Bearing paper-thin headlights, a massive waterfall grille, and a long hood, the front end of the car matches the drama of the side profile. It’s also unlike any Mercedes car we’ve seen, although you can argue the grille takes a suggestion or two from the AMG GT R. We initially didn’t know whether or not Mercedes was debuting a concept or production model, but the new teaser makes it clear this is a concept given its “Vision” name. The Mercedes-Maybach 6 will make its official debut at Pebble Beach on August 18.

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If you have trouble remembering the car’s name, note that the “6” references its 6-meter length. The Mercedes-Maybach 6 is expected to be nearly 232 inches long, or even longer than the Mercedes-Maybach S600 sedan, which measures in at 214.6 inches. Also notice the small “Maybach” badge under the three-pointed star.

We wonder if the Maybach coupe will look just as good in the sheetmetal as the Mercedes-Benz Vision Gran Turismo Concept, which debuted two years ago at Pebble. We bet it’ll be a close beauty contest.

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Rolling Across Dubai in the Back Seat of the Latest Mercedes-Maybach Pullman http://www.automobilemag.com/news/mercedes-maybach-pullman-dubai-backseat-ride/ http://www.automobilemag.com/news/mercedes-maybach-pullman-dubai-backseat-ride/#respond Mon, 15 Aug 2016 10:30:04 +0000 http://www.automobilemag.com/?p=973011 What do Elvis Presley, Pol Pot, and the pope have in common? The Mercedes-Benz Pullman. For more than 50 years, this six-seat state limousine has transported the 0.001 percent, with the armored version protecting many a dictator, several of whom—Hussein, Gadhafi, Ceauşescu—met a grisly end anyway. The latest model, now badged the Mercedes-Maybach Pullman, is...

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What do Elvis Presley, Pol Pot, and the pope have in common? The Mercedes-Benz Pullman. For more than 50 years, this six-seat state limousine has transported the 0.001 percent, with the armored version protecting many a dictator, several of whom—Hussein, Gadhafi, Ceauşescu—met a grisly end anyway. The latest model, now badged the Mercedes-Maybach Pullman, is the new patriarch of the S-Class family and a car that should once again reign supreme as the ride of choice for despots the world over.

So far, only a handful of Pullmans have been produced, and I’m being chauffeured around Dubai in one of them. The emirate is awash in exotic supercars costing well in excess of the Pullman’s $576,000 estimated base price, but our car still attracts a huge amount of attention. People seem to know it’s more than just a stretched S-Class. “In the Gulf, around 70 percent of Pullman customers are royals,” explains Markus Rubenbauer, the head of Pullman and armored cars for Mercedes. The locals do little to disguise their confusion at finding a German engineer and an impoverished Irish journalist in the back seat, rather than the aquiline features of their hereditary emir, Sheikh Mohammed. I motor the curtains closed to save any more of them the disappointment.

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The new Pullman was first revealed at the 2015 Geneva auto show, and production is just now starting to ramp up. Rubenbauer won’t say how many Pullmans will be built each year, just that they’re sold out until 2017 and that Mercedes is looking to get the cars in the hands of the “right people.” Unfortunately, many of the wrong people have obtained Pullmans over the years, especially during the 17-year run of the original Model 600 “Super Mercedes” from 1964 to 1981. Of the 2,677 Model 600s produced, 304 were Pullman sedans, 59 were Pullman Landaulets (convertible over the rear seat area), and 124 were Pullman six-doors. (Subsequent generations of the S-Class have offered Pullman edition models.)

Rubenbauer is predictably discreet about who the customers are, but he confirms that they include heads of state and that most put tyrannizing aside long enough to personally choose at least the color and trim of their new official ride. In fact, this new Pullman was designed with the input of the United Nations Security Council set. The office of German Chancellor Angela Merkel wrote to Mercedes thanking it for the loan of the last-generation Pullman for state duties (buying one would be extravagant) but wondered if the door of the new model could be made even longer. Protocol demands that heads of state enter the car first. The problem was that their interpreters then had to shuffle past them like middle-seat late-comers at the movies in order to get into the rear-facing seats. You cannot show your backside to a president or king. A more fitting solution was required.

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Relaxing with Rubenbauer: The head of Pullman for Mercedes gives us the lowdown.

The answer is the new Pullman’s colossal, 53-inch-long rear door. It’s made possible by the fact that this is not a standard Maybach S600 that has been cut in two and stretched. The Pullman was in the S-Class product plan from the start, and its 256-inch-long body-in-white is pressed out like any of other of the five body styles of the S-Class. This also allows designers to ensure that the Pullman doesn’t look like a whale despite being 55 inches longer than a short wheelbase S-Class and 4 inches taller. Its gently rising roofline is graceful, and two deep side strakes help break up the car’s visual mass.

So you’ve overthrown the old guy, installed yourself as president for life, pinned a row of medals to your chest, and bought a Pullman. How’s the ownership experience? The door is predictably heavy, but Mercedes’ research shows that in 90 percent of “door-opening events,” someone other than the rear-seat occupants will be doing the opening. Should your footman go missing, a motor will happily do the job instead.

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Once through the door you sit back behind the door opening, looking out partly through the quarter light. Rubenbauer calls the rear cabin a “plastic-free zone.” Indeed everything—including the vast prairie of headlining—is made of leather, wood, or metal. The carpets can be soft, inch-deep lambswool that engulfs your shoes because its occupants will never step in dog crap or chewing gum. They have people to step in that for them.

There are gadgets to preserve your privacy, including powered curtains on all windows. A glass divider slides up to shut out your driver and turns opaque at the touch of a button, though you can still instruct them via the intercom. (You know your car is colossal when it requires its own internal communications system.)

Otherwise, the cabin is remarkably sober, the gadgets limited. The main seats recline, of course, and have pop-out calf supports. There’s a fridge and beautifully engineered fold-out tables in the divider. Each rear-facing seat houses a small screen in the base that are visible when they’re folded up, and an 18.5-inch flat screen motors up from the driver partition. The Maybach hallmark rear-cabin analog dials showing speed, time, and temperature are mounted in the roof, as are two of the 24 Burmester speakers.

I didn’t drive the Pullman. It seemed about as relevant as President Obama wondering what Air Force One is like to fly.

There are surprisingly few options. Rubenbauer says the Pullman has been kept deliberately simple to order because, you know, their customers are kind of busy. For $15,000 you can upgrade the already insanely good audio system to “high-end 3-D” status. And for another $10,000, Burmester will run some speakers in on the bench, listen to how their tone changes as they’re broken in, and fit your car with the speakers that best match each other and the type of music you most like to listen to. The result is easily the best audio I have ever heard in a car—or ever will. You can also drop $25,000 on a panoramic sunroof, and as much as $500,000 on armoring. Needing armor is a sign you’ve really made it: Hugh Hefner didn’t need to armor his, but you can bet Vladimir Putin does.

I didn’t drive the Pullman. It seemed about as relevant as President Obama wondering what Air Force One is like to fly. I assume the chauffeur gets the same tech fest that marks all-new S-Classes, but does Lord Grantham care if Mrs. Patmore’s stove has a temperature gauge?

Far more important is how it feels in the back seats. The answer? Eerie and un-carlike, both in the utter sense of isolation it offers (especially with the curtains closed and the partition screen opaque, and then it feels like a small private jet) and in the way it moves. Its vast wheelbase means the Pullman pitches far less over speed bumps, and you can see the front end turning long before the back starts to pivot. Auto journalists like to talk about the distant thrum of a refined multi-cylinder engine, but in this case the 530-horsepower, twin-turbo 6.0-liter V-12 really is a long way away. Pleasingly, it’s not Tesla-silent, but any vibration dissipates long before it reaches your royal backside.

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But the Pullman’s defining feature is its rear-facing “interpreter” seats. That’s how Mercedes likes to describe them, but you can put anyone you like in there: your bodyguards, two of your concubines, or your psychotic brother-in-law who doubles as your secret police chief. I put Rubenbauer in there and found that we both had plenty of legroom. I tried them too, just to experience the oddness of traveling backward in a normal-height car. They’re a little firm. Their occupants would be wise not to complain.

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2016 Mercedes Maybach S600 Pullman Ben Oliver and Khalid al Marzooqi

Khalid al Marzooqi is one of Dubai’s top Mercedes salesmen. I took him for a ride in the new Pullman to get his take on what his fellow emiratis would make of it. Despite Dubai’s huge wealth, he expects only three or four to make their way here, mainly for the ruling al-Maktoum family. His “ordinary” customers buy more G-wagens than any other model, followed by the S-Class and only then by the C-Class. Most customers want a car with every option, even if they’ll never use most of them, and they want their cars immediately. Few want to order one. Limousines such as the Pullman will be used for short chauffeur-driven trips between home, office, and airport or longer trips along the Arabian Gulf coast between the Emirates—that is, if it’s quicker than firing up the chopper or the jet.

At 21.3 feet, the Pullman is longer than:
• Shopping cart 2.8 ft
• Average couch 7.0 ft
• Recreational kayak 9.0 ft
• California condor wingspan 9.8 ft
• Party sub 12.0 ft
• Common anaconda 15.0 ft
• Tracker bass boat 18.5 ft
• Standard shipping container 20.0 ft
• Tomahawk missile with booster 20.5 ft
• Great white shark (female) 21.0 ft

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Mercedes Teases Breathtaking Silhouette of Maybach Coupe http://www.automobilemag.com/news/mercedes-teases-breathtaking-silhouette-maybach-coupe/ http://www.automobilemag.com/news/mercedes-teases-breathtaking-silhouette-maybach-coupe/#respond Wed, 10 Aug 2016 19:14:50 +0000 http://www.automobilemag.com/?p=976830 Followers of Mercedes-Benz on Instagram, you are not hallucinating. Yes, the folks over at Benz did indeed just tease a truly tantalizing silhouette of what is surely some sort of Maybach coupe. Chances are good that whatever it is, we’ll know more at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. A big, long, sexy, exorbitantly exorbitant Maybach...

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Followers of Mercedes-Benz on Instagram, you are not hallucinating. Yes, the folks over at Benz did indeed just tease a truly tantalizing silhouette of what is surely some sort of Maybach coupe. Chances are good that whatever it is, we’ll know more at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.

A big, long, sexy, exorbitantly exorbitant Maybach coupe. It even has a gorgeously slim greenhouse with a fancy Maybach badge on the fastback roof and a three-pointed star hood ornament, as well as seemingly huge fender vents with a big chrome strake running through it.

The teaser pic hints the shadowy two-door is “almost 6 meters of ultimate luxury.” That’s nearly 232 inches of high-end German metal. For reference, the yacht-like Mercedes-Maybach S600 sedan is 214.6 inches long, with a wheelbase of 132.5 inches. Yao Ming would likely call it “suitable” for his frame.

It’s not clear at this point whether this still-secret Maybach coupe is a concept or a production car. All we can say, before we’ve even seen it, is that Benz should definitely, definitely build it. The S600 Maybach sedan is cool and all, silver-platter wheels included, but this coupe could be something extra-special.

One would think it would share the S600 sedan’s potent 6.0-liter twin-turbo V-12, with its 523 hp and monumental 612 lb-ft of torque. Probably the champagne chiller, too.

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