Mercedes-Maybach has revealed the open-top G650 Landaulet and it's brimming with luxury and comfort features!
The G650 Landaulet is the first off-roader to come from Mercedes-Maybach and it will be shown in the metal at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show. Following on from the AMG G 63 6x6 and G 500 4x42, the G650 Landaulet combines supreme luxury and offroad ability. Only 99 units will be produced.
The G650 Landaulet is powered by a 6.0-litre biturbo V12 engine delivering 463 kW and 1 000 Nm of torque. The G650 rides on large 22-inch light-alloy wheels and is equipped with similar portal axles found on the AMG G 63 6x6 and G 500 4x42, allowing for substantial ground clearance of 450 mm while 100% differential locks and low-range transfer case will ensure tractability in just about any terrain you can imagine.
As you would expect from Mercedes-Maybach, the G650 Landaulet is equipped with luxurious features that, in this case, takes off-roading to a whole new level. An electrically operated fabric roof offers an open-top experience for rear passengers. The individual rear seats are the same as those found in the S-Class and they are equipped with full massage functionality. Rear passengers also have access to thermal cup holders, two foldable tables with leather inserts and two 10-inch infotainment screens.
Rear passengers get the full luxury treatment in the Mercedes-Maybach G650 Landaulet.
An electrically operated glass partition separates the spacious rear compartment from the cockpit and the screen can be changed from transparent to opaque at the touch of a button. High-grade designo two-tone upholstery with diamond stitching is fitted and customers can choose between 4 trim colours. In addition to this, 3 colours are offered for the fabric roof, while 4 exterior colours are offered.
The Mercedes-Maybach G650 Landaulet will not be offered in South Africa, as all examples to be produced will be left-hand drive only.
Take a tour of the Mercedes-Maybach G650 Landaulet in the video below!
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