2019 Mercedes-Maybach S-Class

Feb 15, 2018

Category: Rides

Mercedes-Benz is definitely not on anyone’s budget car company list, but nothing spells opulence quite like their Maybach division. And that’s why they’ve paired up to add even more exclusivity and class to the already-stunning S-Class sedans for 2019.

Still available with your choice of either a 463-horsepower V8 or 621-horsepower V12 engine, this luxury 4-door has some very nice exterior upgrades that elevate it to the nth degree. For instance, the front end is fitted with an exclusive pinstripe-inspired grille first seen on the Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 concept. Additionally, the signature two-tone Maybach paint scheme is available in nine different color combinations – including a specially-applied double clear coat option for darker colors. Finally, to round it all off, the S-Classes are offered with three exclusive 20-inch wheel options. With these vehicles’ limited availability and numerous customizations, this is one of the most exclusive cars on the road.

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