Building on the tradition of Mercedes Maybach models, the new entrant is the G 650 Landaulet an extremely limited edition all-terrain vehicle scheduled to be launched at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show.
The new G-class model is expected to set a new benchmark in the segment. It has an amazing ground clearance which is nearly half meter above the ground and offers the best in-class comfort with posh interiors. The model can accommodate four passengers with ample seat spacing for them all. While the front seat has a closed roof, rear seat passengers can experience whole new level of luxury by opening the folding top at the push of a button. The rear can also be segregated with maximum privacy using a glass compartment.
The Mercedes Maybach is powered by a V12 bitturbo engine capable of delivering an amazing 630 horsepower combined with peak torque capacity of 1000 Newton meters. Being an all-road variant, it is obviously equipped with 4WD setup and has large wheelbase to match any type of terrain. The luxury quotient is pretty high in the interiors with two tone designo upholstery and customers have the freedom to choose from three different colors for the fabric top.
All seats can be electrically adjusted to a fully reclined position and they can be heated or swiveled to a position of your choice. The exquisiteness doesn’t end there as the new G 650 Landaulet is also equipped with thermal cup holders on all seats. You can cool or heat beverages using these holders. There is a foldable table behind the front seat making it easier to read, eat or work on while on the move. The truck offers the best of comfort and is also made to keep the passengers entertained with two large 10-inch displays.
It is equipped with the G-Cockpit design and offers an individual entertainment system for passengers so that they view the content they like the most. Mercedes has been focusing on the Landaulet series since a very long time as the first 300 d was released in 1960 while the latest edition was launched in 2008.
The upcoming Mercedes Maybach G 650 Landaulet will be limited to just 99 units and is scheduled to be showcased at the Geneva Motor Show that takes place in March, this year. The open top four seatertruck is expected to go on sale immediately after the launch and it is going to be tough to grab hold of one due to extremely limited numbers.