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Mercedes Reveals Plans to Create a Super Luxurious S-Class in Place of Maybach

The all-new 2014 Mercedes S-Class Sedan

The all-new 2014 Mercedes S-Class Sedan

In an attempt to replace the Maybach brand that was discontinued last June due to poor sales, Mercedes has announced their plans to make a super exclusive version of the S-Class without the super exclusive price of the Maybach, which added up to over $400,000 after adding only a few options. This even more luxurious version of the S-Class that is being developed to compete with Bentley’s Continental Flying Spur and Rolls Royce’s Ghost will be priced in the range of $200,000 to $250,000 which is around half of the cost of the Maybach 62S which was meant to compete with the Rolls Royce Phantom and Bentley Mulsanne.

The interior of Mercedes' new Super S-Class

In a statement from Daimler’s CEO Dieter Zetsche, the ultraluxury S-Class will offer even more advanced technology and interior improvements to top the normal 2014 S-Class vehicles that will hit the market in September. This continious to fuel speculation about the revival of the Pullman brand for the ultra-high end S-Class.

The new super luxurious variant of the new Mercedes S-Class is scheduled to arrive sometime in 2015.

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