The Mercedes-Benz 600 Pullman was a luxury car produced by Daimler-Benz from 1963 to 19811. It served as the model for the present Maybach brand. The vehicle came with a variety of V8 and V12 engines and could be ordered as a limousine or landaulet. The vehicle was renowned for its opulent features, which included electric windows, air conditioning, and a hydraulic suspension system.
The 6.3-liter V8 engine that powered the Mercedes 600 Pullman generated more than 250 horsepower and more than 370 lb-ft of torque. The vehicle was renowned for its opulent features, which included electric windows, air conditioning, and a hydraulic suspension system.
In terms of cost, features, and status, the vehicle was superior to the Mercedes-Benz W112 from the 300-series. Daimler-Benz (now Mercedes-Benz)'s ultra-luxury model, the Mercedes-Benz 600 Pullman, was manufactured from 1963 until 1981.
The 600 sedan, which made its debut in 1963 and replaced the "Adenauer" model as the top Mercedes-Benz sedan, served as the basis for the Pullman. Luxury features including air conditioning, electric windows, and a hydraulic suspension system were common on the Mercedes 600 Pullman. A telephone and a built-in refrigerator were also included.