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Mercedes S-Class Pullman Patent Filed with the EPO

A patent for the Mercedes S-Class Pullman has been filed to the European Patent Office. Based from the patents, the car is surely worthy to chauffeur ultra-VIP passengers like head of states or dictators who want to make their entrances grand every time that they are attending events. Specifications of the Car The Mercedes S-Class Pullman is an ultra-luxury variant of the flagship car of the three-pointed star brand. It is positioned on top of the hierarchy of the different S-Class versions, even going way beyond the long-wheelbase version of the range. With the weight of the car, it is likely equipped with a 6.0-liter V12 biturbo engine capable of giving off 523 bhp and 612 lb-ft… Continue Reading »


Mercedes Limousines Spotted in a North Korean Parade

Grainy photos of a military parade in North Korea showing two Mercedes limousines, thought to be S600 armored cars, sparked controversy recently in the international community. According to The Telegraph, a coverage of the event by a North Korean-controlled media outlet showed not only one, but two Mercedes limos. Both cars bore similar headlights and grilles found in an S-Class. Cedric Kacroix, an expert at, believes that the cars in the spotlight are Mercedes S600 armored limousines or the so-called Mercedes Guard. Each car costs around £350,000 to £1.2 million. The prices would depend based on the type of armoring it has. Due to the heavy armor of the extra luxurious S600 limos, each likely… Continue Reading »


Korean traders under wraps for illegal export of Mercedes-Benz

As if being arrested for supporting North Korea’s bid for world domination thru the exportation of harmless ceramic tiles enroute to Kim-JOng iL’s beloved country wasn’t crazy enough, a group of Korean traders in Tokyo, Japan were served a fresh plate of arrest warrants for another mischievous act – shipping out secondhand Mercedes-Benz vehicles. Now, as avid fans of the brand, it is not part of our intentions to deprive our NoKon brothers of their God-given right to enjoy the fruits of German engineering. The only problem is, the Japanese government seems to be against the idea of senior NoKon officials getting command of the said fleet of exported vehicles…. Continue Reading »


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