Mercedes-Maybach S600 officially teased ahead of 2014 LA Auto Show

Article by Christian Andrei, on November 11, 2014

Yesterday, we told you folks that the Mercedes-Maybach S600 will debut at the 2014 LA Auto Show, but today the new vehicle was officially teased. In addition, the German manufacturer announced the new Mercedes-Maybach sub-brand that will appeal to status-conscious customers.

According to Mercedes-Benz, the new S-Class promises to set a new benchmark for exclusivity and will meet even the most discerning of requirements in terms of its appointments. Some of the features that makes the Mercedes-Maybach S600 more special than the standard model include extra spaciousness, special seats and lavishly designed, prestigious interiors offering extensive scope for individualization.

So what you need to know is that the new Mercedes-Maybach is not just an equipment line, it is a new sub-brand what will deliver Mercedes-Benz vehicles in an even more exclusive form.

Mercedes-Maybach S-Class combines the exquisite standards of Mercedes Benz and Maybach’s unique features. This exclusive model consists of individual styling options, highly extravagant materials and generally more spacious interiors than any other vehicle segment. Given that, even the most discriminating client will be pleased with the exclusivity offered by Mercedes-Maybach.

The Mercedes-Maybach S-Class’ exceptionally low wind noise level exceeds the S-Class coupe’s quiet interiors. This gives the rear passengers a more luxurious feel and probably the quietest ride they could ever have from a saloon.

As for the exterior, the Maybach model comes out as superior, unique and stylish judging from its exclusive design. Mercedes Benz’s Maybach S-Class exudes power and dynamism with its distinctive silhouette and extended wheelbase. The exclusive model has also kept the S-Class’ iconic dome shaped roofline and the usual elements on the sidewall.

Comparing it with the S-Class’ long wheelbase and side line features, the Maybach’s rear door is shorter by 66mm and blends perfectly with the rest of the structure. The triangular window has been moved to the C-pillars to provide more privacy at the rear seats. This feature is marked by an exclusive Maybach Manufaktur logo on each side with the double MM initials adorning the arched triangle.

Mercedes-Maybach S-Class will be having its market launch in February 2015 with the S600 on top of the lineup. This exclusive model is equipped with V12 biturbo 520 hp engine with 830Nm maximum torque at 1,900rpm.

The S500 meanwhile can produce up to 455 horsepower with 700Nm torque at the most. It also features an NEDC combined fuel consumption of 8.9L/100km for premium gasoline with just 207g/km CO2 emissions. The Mercedes- Maybach S50o with 4MATIC suspension system is expected to come out by June 2015.

Mercedes-Maybach is a sub-brand and therefore should not be mistaken for an equipment line. The Maybach can give Mercedes Benz vehicles a more exclusive touch just like what Mercedes-AMG does to Mercedes Benz.

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