Maybach G650 Landaulet is here
Mercedes’ iconic G Series and Maybach family came together to form a luxurious and unique model that would be produced in a limited edition.
Since the early years when Mercedes’ iconic G-Series has been on the market, it has found itself among the hottest of its class by its ability to handle every road condition. Started to be produced in 1979, Mercedes combined performance with the abilities of G Series outside of asphalt with the AMG version. However, now, it is time to bring luxury to this series with Maybach. The second Mercedes-Maybach partnership, launched in 2017 following the S650 Cabriolet, the G650 Landaulet offers its users the ability to abstract themselves from outside, whatever the circumstances are.
G650 has a standard G-Series front design, but as we move towards the back of the Landaulet, the visible changes come to light. We may also refer to the size of the vehicle as we move towards the rear. With a total length of 5,345 millimeters and a height of 2,235 millimeters, the G650 Landaulet is 659 millimeters longer and 302 millimeters higher than the standard G series. The model’s axle distance is 3,428 millimeters. The G650 Landaulet’s long headway from the rear is a bit longer than other cars, but when we get there, the fabric ceiling attachment reminds us of a gentle touch to the rigidity of the car’s exterior design. While the Mercedes-Maybach G650 Landaulet offers a locked differential on its the infra-structure, the 22-inch wheels and the 325 / 55R22 tires are among the most important parts to come from above.
Mercedes says that they are encountering a design language that emerged in partnership with Maybach and formed its own standards. The adjustable seating, which offers both heating and massage assistance, is not to be missed by the driver as well as the living space provided for the passengers traveling in the back. The multimedia display for passengers traveling on the backside is set at 10 inches in size, while the cups with heating support reinforce the interior styling with lighting details.
Under the hood of the G650 Landaulet, where the rigidity of the terrain and the Maybach luxury are common points, the 6.0-liter twin Turbo V12 engine, which is also featured in the AMG G 65 version, is working. This model has a total of 630 horsepower with the torque of 1,000 Nm. The G650 Landaulet, which transfers all power values from four-wheel drive to its wheels, will be on the road with seven-speed automatic gearboxes developed by the AMG department. Mercedes-Maybach, as it is from the first generation, is only 99 in the production name of the G650 Landaulet, which will be produced in Graz, Austria. This makes the model more attractive for collectors. The Mercedes-Maybach G650 Landaulet will meet with users for the first time under the Geneva Motor Show, which will open its doors next month, but we expect the rest of the details, including the price of the model, to emerge as part of the event.