Maybach 62 S alternatives
Latest model: Maybach 62 S 2011
Since 2002 Maybach has been defining new standards in the top league of high-end luxury saloons, whilst at the same time continuing the tradition of legendary Maybach cars which were part of the elite in the German and international auto construction market in the nineteen twenties and thirties of the last century. It is this challenging legacy that the luxury make is carrying forward - in the form of an extensive facelift of the Maybach saloons, celebrating its premiere at Auto China 2010 in Beijing. The prestigious, tradition-steeped Maybach make is consolidating its top position in the high-end luxury segment with a more striking layout and even more extensive equipment and attributes.
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To create only the best from the best, a car that is the ultimate in wish fulfilment, with a distinctive character of the finest elegance and performance - this is how a Maybach flyer dating rear to 1930 declared the company's objective, and it still applies at Maybach in its entirety to this day. This clear avowal of the extraordinary obliged Maybach to revise its high-end luxury saloons extensively and at a top level when it came to the latest facelift.
Following their facelift, the Maybach saloons shine with their self-confident, effortlessly superior, distinctive charisma. It is above all the new dominant chrome radiator grille that emphasises their exceptional status - it is meticulously crafted in two various variants. In the Maybach 57 and 62 models it is graced with 20 fine longitudinal bars and in the 57 S and Maybach 62 S Maybach models twelve solid double louvres with a shadow strut put the spotlight on the vehicle's huge performance. Both arrow-shaped radiator grilles are also higher than before, have considerably larger dimensions, are positioned more upright and further forward in the direction of travel - clearly symbolising the self-confident status and effortlessly superior, striking look.
The developers have elevated the modified bonnet with a higher front upper edge and given it sharply defined contours. It has a shaped edge and appears distinctly arrow-shaped, more expressive and longer than previously. A restyled, horizontally structured bumper trim gives the Maybach saloons an even broader exterior from the front. Daytime driving lights featuring LED technology and bordered with a chrome insert have been integrated into the outer air intakes.