Mercedes-Maybach announced the date of the presentation of the updated S-Class 2021

Mercedes-Maybach announced the date of the presentation of the updated S-Class 2021

November 17, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

For those not in the know, the more luxurious 2021 Mercedes-Maybach S-Class sedan has a wheelbase 18 centimeters longer than the standard version of the car.

Mercedes spoke about some of the most luxurious features of the updated Maybach S-class.

The rear seats are equipped with a new massage function in the calf support and separate heating for the neck and shoulders. In a particularly expensive version of the novelty, buyers will be able to choose wood trim for the backrests of the front seats and between the two rear passenger seats.

The premium German brand has announced the debut of the new generation of the Mercedes-Maybach S-Class luxury limousine. The presentation of the car will take place in a couple of days. A teaser has been released showing the tailgate and fender of the chic novelty.

Spy shots of the luxury sedan prototypes show that the front end is similar to the new S-Class, with a massive corner screen dominating the center console. The driver looks at the fully digital instrument cluster. Compared to the standard S-Class trim, the more luxurious version from Maybach will feature more premium interior materials.

On the outside, the new Maybach S-Class is slightly different from the regular Mercedes-Benz S-Class. The front part has a new false radiator grille and bumper, the rear part also has minor changes in the bumper. The signature Maybach double logo appears on the C-pillar. Buyers will be able to order the bodywork in a two-tone paint scheme with a dividing line between colors.

Maybach will be the only variant of the new S-Class available with a V12 engine. It will reportedly be a 6.0-liter twin-turbocharged powerplant that will develop 621bhp. (1000 Nm).

The Maybach S-Class is expected to go on sale as new for the 2022 model year. Prices for the current model start at $ 173,000

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