/Preview: Maybach Coupe By Xenatec

Preview: Maybach Coupe By Xenatec

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So the rumors about a coupe version of the Maybach was true. Well, kind of! Because it’s not an official car form Daimler, it’s a production of German coachbuilder Xenatec in partnership with the manufacturer. Designed to take on Rolls Royce and Bentley Coupes, this model is limited to only 100 units, and each runs for a cool 650.000 Euro!

The coupe is apparently in the same as the Maybach 57 but the front doors are elongated, the roof has been lowered and it has a newly designed rear-end with a diffuser and new tailpipes. The front of the car also features a few touches like new spoilers and LED lights. The wheelbase of the car is also the same as the sedan, so there’s no compromise in terms of comfort and luxury. All in all, it seems very nice.

There’s no details available on the car’s bespoke interior for the time being, but rest assured it’s going to be mind-blowingly good!

The Maybach Coupe will be powered by the same 612 hp Bi-turbo V12 as in the Maybach 57S. Thanks to its enormous 1000 Nm of torque, this hefty coupe will be able to reach 100 km/h form standing still in just 5 seconds. It’s fitted as standard with 20-inch wheels, but you may as well order 21-inch rims for it.

Xenatec should have no worries selling all the 100 units of the Maybach Coupe, they just need to call a couple of customers in the UAE  and all cars will be sold in a jiffy!

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via: auto motor und sport

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