The German automobile giant has just unveiled its half-Mercedes-Maybach, half-AMG beast titled, the Mercedes-Maybach G650 Landaulet.
The G650 Landaulet features a Biturbo V12 engine with 630 horsepower and 737 pound-feet of torque channeled to four 22-inch wheels. The wheelbase has been stretched by 22.7 inches and the rear seats are replaced by individual fully reclining massage seats. Additional notable features include an open-air experience foldable roof, privacy glass partition, heated and cooled center console cup holders, foldable tables, and dual 10-inch screens.
What separates the G650 from other Maybach models is its portal axles, which have been adapted from the G63 6×6 and the 6500 4×4. This helps the car achieve a vertiginous ground clearance of 450 mm (17.7 inches) and also incorporates three different locks for optimum off-road performance.
Mercedes notes that the G650 Landaulet will be on display at the Geneva Motor Show in March and will go on sale the following month with deliveries set for this coming fall. At this moment there are no formal details regarding price, but stay tuned for more details when they become available.