This is a must see – the ultra-luxurious Mercedes-Maybach G650 LandauletMay 24, 2019
Serial production of extremely expensive and luxurious performance of the German SUV is limited to only 99 copies. The official price has never been reported “openly” – it is known that the car ordered in 2017 cost 1.4 million dollars
From time to time we publish information about celebrities, especially when it comes to the incredibly expensive luxury SUV parked on the runway in front of a giant Boeing jet plane owned by the same person. We are talking about Drake, a talented rap artist from Canada, who has a tendency to brag a little. Well, in fact, if we had a private Boeing 767, we would probably also have boasted a little, and why not.
So, we are talking about a very expensive and luxurious Mercedes-Maybach G650 Landaulet SUV, which was presented by the legendary Tony Betom on Instagram. This car can not even be called “just” Mercedes G-Class or even AMG G65. This is exactly the Mercedes-Maybach G650 Landaulet and nothing else.
It turns out that the mass production of this version of the German off-road legend is limited to only 99 copies, each of which boasts a 612-horsepower V12 engine, and also has a wheelbase “stretched” by 584 mm. There is no doubt that there is a lot of free space in the passenger compartment and in the fully open rear part of the car.
The interior of this SUV is one luxury. The central partition can separate passengers in the front seats from those sitting in the back. Despite its status, the Mercedes-Maybach G650 Landaulet still remains a legendary SUV.
So far, there is no official data on how much the rapper “rolled off” for the privilege of having a luxurious and extremely rare version of a German car. The German concern Daimler never revealed the official price. Built in October 2017, the Mercedes-Maybach G650 was priced at $ 1.4 million.
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