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2009 Mercedes-Benz S 600 Pullman Guard Limousine



2009 Mercedes-Benz S 600 Pullman Guard Limousine

2009 Mercedes-Benz S 600 Pullman Guard Limousine interior

2009 Mercedes-Benz S 600 Pullman Guard Limousine

2009 Mercedes-Benz S 600 Pullman Guard Limousine interior

2009 Mercedes-Benz S 600 Pullman Guard Limousine interior

Year (of specifications) 2009
Engine 5.5 litre twin-turbocharged V12
Transmission Automatic RWD
Max speed -
0-60 -
Horsepower 517 hp
weight -

Like the famously luxurious and spacious open-plan Pullman railway coaches after which it is named, the 2009 Mercedes-Benz S 600 Pullman Guard Limousine treats its occupants to a travelling environment characterised by generous accommodation and the highest comfort. The S 600 Pullman Guard owes its spacious interior to its 4315-millimetre wheelbase (115 centimetres longer than that of the long version of the special-protection S-Class). Indeed, with an overall length of 6356 millimetres, the S 600 Pullman Guard is a vehicle of truly majestic proportions which offers its passengers not only a maximum of comfort, but also a superbly appointed setting for discreet meetings, equipped, of course, with all the key communications and entertainment systems. This ensures they are always able to remain fully in touch with the rest of the world while enjoying the luxury and comfort of their own very special place in it.

The technical basis for the 2009 Pullman limousine is provided by the S 600 Guard, the top of the Mercedes-Benz Guard range. It is powered by a superbly smooth twelve-cylinder biturbo engine with a displacement of 5513 cubic centimetres and an output of 380 kW/517 hp with an impressive 830 Nm of torque.

The suspension and basic vehicle structure have been modified as it would be impossible to guarantee the long-term overall stability of the vehicle with its extra-long wheelbase if the lengthening process consisted of simply inserting an additional body section. The modifications also provide a solid foundation for the integration of the heavy special-protection elements. Furthermore, the new state limousine is equipped with a higher rear roof for easier access and greater headroom. Four passengers can be accommodated in the rear compartment behind the partition - in comfortable seats whose face-to-face arrangement recalls the great Pullman tradition.

Integrated special protection for outstanding safety

What's more, the new Mercedes-Benz S 600 Pullman Guard offers its demanding passengers extremely effective protection from attack. Its Highest Protection status means that it has been engineered to resistance level B6/B7, as tested and certified by state-approved organisations, and also meets additional requirements which go beyond those laid down in the standard but which are tested by public and independent organisations. Its armour resists military-standard small-arms projectiles and provides protection against fragments from hand grenades and other explosive charges. Additional safety features include run-flat tyres, a self-sealing fuel tank and a fire-extinguishing system.

In order to ensure that the Mercedes S 600 Pullman Guard offers outstanding protection, specialists with many years of experience in this field apply the principle of integrated special protection to the Pullman limousine. In effect this means that, rather than retro-fitting the protective elements in the doors, rear wall, side panels, roof lining and firewall etc. of an already finished vehicle, they fully integrate them into the bodyshell in a dedicated production process. This effectively creates a coat of armour around the entire passenger cell. Even the roof frame struts, door locks, door gaps, exterior mirror mountings and other components are incorporated into this security concept. The resulting vehicle offers hallmark Mercedes-Benz build quality combined with comprehensive Highest Protection characteristics, even in those areas where retrofitting would be all but impossible.






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