MONTVALE, N.J. — Debuting publically at the Detroit Auto Show, the S600 will sit at the top of the regular Mercedes-Benz S-Class line-up and beneath the performance-oriented S63 and S65 AMG models.
The specification sheet – which appeared on enthusiast website German Car Forum – reveals the Mercedes-Benz S600 will produce 390kW of power between 4900-5300rpm and 830Nm of torque between 1900-4000rpm from its new twin-turbocharged 6.0-litre V12.
Like its predecessor, the S600 will sit exclusively on the S-Class’ longer wheelbase, which measures an unchanged 3165mm. The cabin layout mirrors that of the S500, though the pricier S600 model will naturally boast a higher level of specification.
For the full story and spec sheet, go to www.caradvice.com.au.