Take a closer look at the luxury crossover Mercedes Maybach UltimateSeptember 26, 2019
A popular blogger decided to take a video tour of the luxurious German conceptual SUV. As the director of the design development department of the German brand said, some design techniques implemented in the concept will certainly be used on future models of the company.
Mercedes will present the Maybach luxury SUV model, which is built on the basis of the full-size GLS crossover, by the end of this year. Well, the car that is shown in this video is the Ultimate Luxury concept shown earlier. Yes, this car, which debuted in April last year at the Beijing Motor Show, has a rather strange body shape. As noted by representatives of the luxury division of Mercedes-Maybach, a kind of show car is an alliance between an SUV and a sedan, and can also show an unrivaled level of luxury.
Steffen Köhl, who is director of the Mercedes design development department, said that some of the design elements that were used in the Mercedes-Maybach Ultimate Luxury concept will be implemented in serial models of the automaker.
A popular blogger decided to take a video tour of the luxurious German conceptual SUV. From gigantic 24-inch rims and a split front trunk to pink gold accents and fancy retractable door handles, everything suggests that this is far from an ordinary Mercedes crossover. The unconventional body shape, and the most luxurious four-seater saloon you have ever imagined, speaks in favor of this.
Announced as the very first crossover segment (SUL) limousine, the China-centric concept shown features a hefty central tunnel that houses a heated tray with a kettle and cups for the rear passengers. The tea set is located on a sculpted wooden ebony tray and becomes visible when you press the Maybach M logo button, which is made of pink gold.
The concept shown is equipped with four electric motors with a total capacity of 738 horsepower (550 kilowatts), an all-wheel drive system, the maximum speed is electronically limited to a mark of 250 km / h.
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