Obviously, no less than one individual on this planet stated, “I might want the most agreeable seats of any auto sandwiched into one of the minimum agreeable vehicles on the planet.” That individual will love the Mercedes-Maybach G650 Landaulet.
The G650 Landaulet is a blend of a G500 4×4^2, a Mercedes-Maybach S-Class, a genuine limousine and, for reasons unknown, a convertible. It begins with a strangely skilled frame, includes an arrangement of rich S-Class raise seats, then puts the entire back area of the vehicle underneath an electric texture beat. There’s additionally a glass segment that isolates the two columns of seating.
It has right around a foot and a half of ground freedom. The back seats have a back rub work and can be leaned back the distance back. A mammoth focus support with concealed collapsing tables can warmth or cool mugs in the container holder. An amusement framework offers two 10-inch, high-determination shows. What’s more, once more, there’s that cracking rooftop.
In the event that you’re new to the term, a landaulet alludes to an auto with a collapsing hood over the back seats.
Control originates from a 6.0-liter V12. It creates a completely pointless 630 pull and 738 pound-feet of torque. Also, since it depends on the G500 4×4^2, it’ll cover pretty much any landscape conceivable, because of entry axles, locking differentials and an exchange case with a low range. Regardless of whether any of these vehicles will really touch the soil (outside of any media drives, obviously) stays to be seen.
Of course, you’re most likely never going to see one of these. Just 99 vehicles will be manufactured and keeping in mind that the cost has not been said, it wouldn’t shock to see a beginning value pushing toward $300,000. It’ll get its official revealing at the Geneva Motor Show in March.