300 pieces for connoisseurs: Mercedes-Maybach S650 Cabriolet

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Mercedes-Maybach S650 Cabriolet

300 pieces for connoisseurs: Mercedes-Maybach S650 Cabriolet-

Luxury and fresh air in abundance: Mercedes brings the Maybach S650 Cabrio, limited and more expensive than many other luxury cars

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Luxury and fresh air in abundance: Mercedes brings the Maybach S650 Cabrio, limited and more expensive than many other luxury cars.

W.While heads of state, kings and super-rich take their place in the luxury sedans Mercedes-Maybach S500 (335 kW / 455 PS) and S600 (390 kW / 530 PS) in the rear right, the brand’s first convertible is intended for wealthy self-drivers. The 463 kW / 630 PS strong V12 luxury liner, limited to 300 units, is priced at 300,000 euros, even above a Bentley Continental GT Speed ​​Convertible (472 kW / 642 PS, 240,000 euros).

But everything your heart desires is on board, including all of the optional extras for the S-Class convertible, including the Airscarf neck-level heating and Swarovski headlights. Matching travel bags and an embroidered car cover are also part of the scope of equipment. The S650 is powered by the 6.0-liter V12 (1,000 Newton meters), the maximum speed is 250 km / h.

The Mercedes-Maybach S 650 is based on the open S-Class, from which the luxury convertible has, among other things, adopted the classic proportions. Numerous chrome accents and the Maybach emblem on the fender indicate the exclusivity. The luxury car rests on 20-inch forged wheels, and when the doors are opened, the Maybach logo is projected onto the street.

In the interior, the luxury convertible implements some ideas from the Concept S-Class Coupe show car from the IAA 2013, for example a waterfall-like graphic in the leather seats. The color and grain of the trim are individual for each vehicle. Upon request, the wooden interior can be refined with “flowing lines”, a special milling technique for a high-quality three-dimensional impression.

Maybach’s luxury tradition goes back to the 1920s, and the brand has been part of Mercedes since the 1960s. The only series models since then were the luxury limousines Maybach 57 and 62, which were launched in 2002. The name referred to the vehicle length in decimeters – 5.70 and 6.20 meters. Due to a lack of success, production was discontinued at the end of 2012.

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