All New Mercedes-Maybach S-Class Is Here
Like the Rolls Royce Phantom, the new Mercedes Maybach S-Class redefines luxury in every respect. Mercedes Benz sometime ago discontinued the production of the Maybach with the aim of repackaging the car as the epitome of luxury in the automobile world. The all new Mercedes Maybach S-Class is the result of a well-articulated home work by the world renowned luxury car automaker- a well-designed high-end sedan with luxury, safety and comfort raised to the highest level.
Mercedes broke new barriers in luxury with the all new Mercedes Maybach S-Class. It is target set and surpassed, hence Mercedes’ desire to create a new class of customers with the Maybach has been achieved. The new Maybach has just arrived Weststar Associates showrooms, the general distributors of Mercedes Benz in Nigeria.
The car is 5453mm long with a 3365 mm wheelbase, which makes it 20 cm larger in both dimensionsthan the S-Class Saloon with long wheelbase. Rear passengers will benefit from this increased size as well as from standard equipment that includes executive seats, and other exclusive details such as innovative voice amplification. In the rear,the Mercedes-Maybach S-Class is also the world’s quietest production Saloon car.
The Mercedes-Maybach S-Class combines stylish, effortless superiority with trend-setting exclusivity. The model has retained sweepy, domed-shaped rooflines from the S-Class but a number of exterior features have been adapted to take the Maybach to a new level of luxury. An extension between the C and B pillar makes the Maybach 207mm longer than the S-Class and increases the level of comfort. Inside of the newly transferred arch triangle is the double M engraving, which means from first glimpse you instantly know it’s a Maybach.
The architecture captures clear elegance creating the very best from the very best.From an exclusive look, the front centre armrest is covered with Nappa leather upholstery which features embossed Maybach crests (and also the armrests in the rear in conjunction with the First-Class rear suite). Another special feature in thedashboard is the analogue clock with an IWC design. The numbers and indicators are individually milled and applied, underlining the analogue clock are exclusive design.
Both the numbers and indicators are made of fine metal adding to the lavish interior. Following the standards of all Mercedes-Benz cars the Maybach door’s trim has been hand stitched as part of the standard equipment in Nappa leather but there is also the option to add more personalisation and choose from a range of exclusive leathers.
Additional exclusive features include trim parts in wood/chrome and leather at shoulder height in the door panels, chrome-plated tweeter grilles and fibre-optic cables for the ambience lighting to the side on the armrest.
The vehicle’s remarkable V8 biturbo engine has an output of 335Kw(455 hp), a maximumtorque of 700 Nm available from 1800rpm, 207g/km CC02 emissions, and perfect acceleration with a speed of 250 km/h.
Source: Vanguard Nigeria