The new Mercedes-Maybach S-Class has been unveiled, and brings with it a host of incredible numbers.
These include a 3.396-metre wheelbase, ambience lighting consisting of 253 LEDs, and a maximum backrest angle of the Executive Seats of 43.5 degrees.
Other new features include an engine which packs partial electric assistance, a 9G-TRONIC transmission, and the option for a total of 18 airbags.
“The Mercedes-Maybach S-Class is particularly suitable for chauffeured driving,” said the company.
This mindset is spread throughout the car, and highlighted by the electrically-operated “comfort rear doors” which allow occupants to open and close the doors with little force – with additional control options on the rear doors available to the driver.
A major focus of the new sedan is the luxurious experience it provides to occupants.
This has seen a new interior fitted in the Mercedes-Maybach S-Class, which includes up to five digital displays – and a 12.8-inch OLED central display as standard.
A 12.3-inch 3D driver display with three-dimensional representation of other road users and pronounced depth and shade effects is also available on request.
“There is plenty of classic luxury on board, too. The large areas of trim on the front seats are particularly noticeable. High-quality wood surrounds encase the rear of the front seat backrests, giving the impression of generous lounge seats. If the First-Class Rear is specified, a similarly striking area of trim is positioned between the two rear passengers,” said Mercedes-Benz.
Additional passenger-focussed options include:
- Calf-massagers in the rear seats.
- Adaptive rear cabin lighting, adjusting the brightness, size, and position of the light.
- A refrigerated compartment in the rear armrest for cooled drinks and food.
- Silver-plated champagne goblets fitted in a storage compartment in the centre console.
The new Mercedes-Maybach S-Class is set to initially launch in Germany in late 2021.
Mercedes-Maybach S-Class – Photos
Photos of the new Mercedes-Maybach S-Class are posted below.