2018 G650 Landaulet Mercedes-Maybach Is Coming This March

Feb 27, 2017 05:00 AM EST | Ivy Lebanan

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The division of the German company Daimler Ag, Mercedes-Benz, introduces their latest automotive engineering masterpiece, the 2018 Mercedes-Benz G650 Maybach Landaulet. This model is the first ever off-roader from the brand that follows the parallel line up AMG G 63 6x6 and the G 500 4x42. It will come with a V12 engine, some exclusive equipment at the back compartment, portal axles, and electric fabric top.

According to the Mercedes-Benz head of Marketing. Dr. Jens Thiemer, Maybach is the traditional definition of supreme luxury with technology. Since 2015, the company had produced over 15,000 Maybach. He also added, "With the fifth model after the S-Class Saloon, Pullman and Cabriolet as well as the Mercedes-Maybach Vision 6 show car, we are underlining the importance of the Mercedes-Maybach sub-brand for the Mercedes, brand family."

Out of ten S-class segment vehicles sold, Maybach from Mercedes is always on the list. With their 2018 Mercedes-Benz G650 Maybach Landaulet, they are now working their way in expanding their portfolio to add the iconic model.

G650 Landaulet highlights its G500 4x4² running gear along with the carbon fiber pumped fenders, and the 18 inches ground clearance from the high-riding portal axles. It will be powered by a V12 turbocharged 6.0-liter engine that offers a horsepower of 621, and a torque of 738 lb-ft.

Meanwhile, just like the other G-class, the 2018 Mercedes-Maybach G650 Landaulet will also be in partnered with Graz, Austria's Magna Steyr, for the production. The model will be celebrated globally on its official premiere as well as sale this March in the Geneva Motor Show.

This new design from Mercedes-Benz shows that unique types of luxury cars can be taken to a new and higher level. In addition, it was reported that there would be a limited production of the special series model. Only 99 lucky buyers will have the chance to have one.

 

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