Only 99 Mercedes-Maybach G650 Landaulet will be produced
Big in size, huge in price. The first “jeep” from Maybach, the Mercedes-Benz luxury division, will cost 850 thousand pounds (price before taxes) and will require a heavy vehicle driving license. Only 99 Mercedes-Maybach G650 Landaulet units will be produced.
The truth is that its characteristics are impressive. This edition, that should represent the farewell of the current Class G (W463), has a body like the four doors limousine with a canvas roof retractable in the passengers area.
It has 5,35 length and 2,24 height and weighs something like 3.350 kg, which equates to say that the “gross weight” is superior to 3.500 kg. Therefore, a heavy vehicle driving license is required for whoever want and have the opportunity to drive it.
It uses a V12 motor of 6.0 litres biturbo capable of subtracting 630cv and 1.000 Nm of binary, impressive values for a model with oversized dimensions. To go along with these numbers, the medium consumption announced is 17 litres for 100 Km and the CO2 is 397 g/km.
Created having in mind all types of land, this Class G possesses 100 lockable differential as well as a specific transferable box to use outside of the asphalt. The height from the ground is around half meter (450mm), while the set of tyres has on average 325/55 R22.
Not less impressive is the backseat luxury, which is the same backseat found on the Class S with a massage system, amongst other stewardships such as warm cup holders or touchable screens.
The first deliveries are scheduled for the next Autumn.