Mercedes Benz has finally launched the much anticipated Maybach S-Class at Rs 2.50 crore (ex-showroom) in India. The vehicle is offered in a total of two trim levels namely the locally assembled S580 and the CBU import S680. Having said that, the S680 Maybach costs Rs 3.20 crore (ex-showroom) which further makes it the most expensive Maybach model on sale in India.
Talking about the new Maybach S-Class, it is based on the latest V223 (long-wheelbase) S-Class luxury sedan just like its predecessor. The luxury limousine comes with a wheelbase stretched by a further 180mm. In terms of design, the new model flaunts the signature chrome grille with vertical slats upfront. One can also see Mercedes Maybach branding and the Mercedes Benz logo on the bonnet. In addition, it gets LED headlamps, integrated L-shaped LED DRLs, and chrome detailing on the bumper. On the side, the Maybach S-Class features chrome window line, 20-inch alloy mono-black wheels, and Maybacg logo on the C-pillar. The rear end boasts of wrap-around LED tail lights, Maybach badging & logo on the tailgate, and chrome inserts on the boot-lid & bumper.
The cabin of the new Maybach S-Class is similar to the regular S-Class. However, it does come with options of Maybach-specific leather upholstery and interior trims. The feature highlights include a 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment unit, a 12.8-inch fully-digital instrument cluster, Heads-Up Display (HUD), MBUX connectivity, Level 3 autonomy, airbag for the second row passengers, individual climate zones, a panoramic sunroof, rear seat entertainment screens, rear-wheel steering, air suspension, and many others. The rear occupants get additional space due to the longer wheelbase.