German coachbuilder Xenatec who made a lot of noise this past year with its Maybach Coupe announced that they will showcase an example of this ultra-lux vehicle at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show which is due in less than a week.
This Cruiserio model is a customer-specified one-off featuring a special a matte finish applied by hand in several layers to create a shimmering brass tone. The overall paint finish is completed by a delicate silver along the vehicle’s flanks. Of course these images don’t judge it properly and you have to see the car in person to understand this spectacular paint job!
Xenatec Coupe has an imposing exterior design which is hardly beautiful, but it’s very exquisite. Besides the obvious two-door form, the car also has some other substantial differences over the standard Maybach. At front you get a new bumper, and a whole new rear design.
The interior of this road-going yacht is a combination of buffalo hide in its natural, non-dyed mid-brown and dark nappa leather in espresso brown, all hand-stitched by master craftsmen. The Alcantara footwells are finished in a warm blackberry tone and so are the leather piping around the seats. A custom-built panorama roof and headliner finished in nappa leather add an air of absolute exclusivity to the luxury coupe.