Mercedes-Maybach has revealed its new Pullman S650, giving the 6 500 mm long flagship both more power and a fresh front grille.

The twin-turbo V12 in the S650 now makes 463 kW and 1 000 N.m (the same as the new Mercedes-Maybach S650 and Mercedes-AMG S65, then), up from the 390 kW and 830 N.m of the S600 that came before it.

The Pullman’s front grille gains vertical struts, while 10-hole 20-inch wheels are also part of the package. If customers desire, they can even specify the Pullman with an exclusive two-tone paint finish.

Most of the fun, of course, happens inside the Pullman S650. Thanks to its extended wheelbase, there is an abundance of legroom for the two rear occupants. Optionally, two more seats can be added in the middle, facing the rear perches.

For a sense of privacy, there’s an electrically operated partition to separate the passengers from the driver, and a front-facing camera so that the occupants can monitor traffic from the comfort of their seats.

The Pullman S650 will start at around €500 000 (or about R7 285 000, at the current exchange range) and is targeted at government officials, heads of state and royal families, among other wealthy clients.