The brand new Mercedes Maybach S 650 Cabriolet has been released as a limited edition of 300. The first fully convertible Maybach offers an exciting glimpse into the future of luxurious styling and precision of the Mercedes-Benz brand. The Mercedes Maybach has a fuel consumption of 12,01/100km, combined CO2 emissions of 272g/km. With an engine size of 6.0 liters V12 engine with an output of 463KW (630hp).

The Mercedes Maybach S 650 made its debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show and is set to hit our stores as of spring 2017.With this being said the maximum models to be created will be 300 at a net price tag of over £260,000.

The Mercedes Maybach S 650 is based on the open top S-Class and has adopted the classic proportion, among several other features. Similarities include the dynamic silhouette with coupe like soft top and rear facing sloping structures. The front bumper design is brand new and contemporary, an upgraded lower section and also numerous chrome highlights that visibly enhance the specialist interior.

The Mercedes emblem is discreetly but tastefully featured on the vehicles wing as well as the Mercedes Maybach logo being projected onto the floor. Other special elements consist of high quality 20-inch Maybach forged wheels in a powerful design finish. The unique trim elements have been individually commissioned for vehicle based on colour and grain.
 

Added: 17 November 2016

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