The Landaulet, pulls a helluva 630-horsepower, twin-turbo V-12 engine with ease. This is born of the same lineage as the G63 4×4-G63 6×6 and you can therefore easily tell that it doesn’t struggle to ooze luxury in and out.
The front is reminiscent of a G-Wagen style that has been beautifully trimmed. It gets interesting when you step inside. Behind the two front seats, a nicely designed glass serves as a partition between the two compartments.
With just a push of the button, it can be raised, lowered, or made completely opaque. This feature is closely related to the raising and lowering the roof which is also done with the assistance of a motor after manually unlocking it using easily movable mechanical handles.
This is the fifth model in the Maybach family and is significantly a large car. It has a wheelbase of 3428mm, which is a whole 258mm longer than the long-wheelbase S-class. In fact, even the inflatable air chambers are plucked out of the S-Pullman.
You will enjoy a luxurious touch of hot stone massage on a partial or fully reclined sitting position. It is the kind of car that comes with retractable tables. Not forgetting two 10.0-inch monitors forming part of the comprehensive infotainment system.
The Maybach class has never been short of luxurious option. This is however in another level, especially with off-road riding capabilities.
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