Slated to make its debut in Geneva next month, Mercedes-Maybach has revealed the updated version of its S-Class with a few new features.
On the exterior, the Maybach S-Class will be getting a new radiator grille, a redesigned front bumper, and up to nine two-tone colour combinations.
According to Maybach, the new grille which was featured on the Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 Concept, was actually inspired by a pinstriped suit, and received overwhelming demand from connoisseurs and fans of the brand.
The exterior look of the top model is rounded off by a new luxury 20-inch multi-spoke wheel.
There are also three exclusive 20-inch wheels to choose from for the Mercedes-Maybach, including the wheel with a 20-hole design familiar from the Mercedes-Maybach S-Cabriolet.
Inside, the Maybach S-Class offers new colour options as well – Armagnac Brown/ Black and Savanna Beige/black, giving the cabin a more luxurious appearance.
Complementing the new colour options are features like the Maybach Exclusive Nappa leather upholstery with contrast stitching, and also Magnolia trim inserts.
Measuring 5,462 mm with a wheelbase of 3365 mm, the Maybach S-Class exceeds the long-wheelbase S-Class by 200 mm, resulting in more space for rear passengers.
Available in three trim levels (S 560, S 560 4Matic, and S 650), the Maybach S-Class has two engine options - a 4.0 litre turbocharged V8 kicking out 469 hp and 700 Nm, and a 6.0 litre turbocharged V12 engine with 630 hp and 1,000 Nm.
That being said, the top of the line S-Class will be making its world premiere next week at the Geneva Motor Show, and will go on sale in April.