Mercedes Maybach S600 is the pinnacle of luxury and has been sold out for 2015, S500 Maybach will assemble in India
Mercedes has gone haywire in India. It’s promise of launching 15 vehicles in the 2015 vehicles keeps getting closer to promised numbers. Today one more number has been added and its no ordinary one. Mercedes Maybach is back to India and is here to spoil the rich at their own game. Based on the S-Class its even more luxurious, safe, powerful and has bespoke options list for it customers to choose from. Mercedes Maybach comes with passive and active features which takes 100 pages of release to written.
The chrome belt running on the window line and above that looks truly attention grabbing. The C-pillar glued Maybach badge says there is something special inside and outside of this sedan. Mercedes Maybach is the quietest car in the world right now. When it comes to interior the first thing you notice is acres of space inside the cabin at the rear and gorgeous looking quilted diamond type pattern for the seats which shout luxury at first glance. The color on the standard car is lighter shade, which with a darker shade of the interior parts goes very well.
Mercedes Maybach with Magic Body Control suspension, panoramic sliding roof with magic sky control, power-operated sunblinds, heated windshield, heads-up display, LED intelligent lighting system, heads up display, 24 speaker Burmester 3D Surround Sound System which sounds and looks cool at the same time. Executive Rear Seat Package and much more when it comes to infotainment is on offer. Mercedes Maybach also has a perfume system which can be personalized along with hundreds of options.
The Mercedes Maybach S600 comes with a thunderous 6.0-litre V12 petrol motor that produces 530 BHP of power at 4900-5300 RPM and a massive 830 Nm of torque at 4000 RPM. The engine is paired to a 7-speed automatic transmission and this airplane on four wheels accelerates from standstill to 100 km/hr under 5 seconds! Mercedes Maybach delivers mileage too. Figures of 5.53 km/l in the city and around 8.5 km/l on the highways is claimed for this vehicle. What’s next from Mercedes? Pullman please?