Mercedes MayBach S information
The Mercedes-Maybach S-Class makes no attempt to hide its origins. Its exterior appearance is almost identical to that of the standard S-Class, which may appeal to wealthy customers who don’t want to draw attention to themselves as they might in a Bentley Mulsanne or Rolls Royce Phantom.
From the driver’s seat, there’s not much that sets the Maybach apart from a regular S-Class, either. It shares the standard car’s large digital screens (one of which replaces the conventional dashboard found in lesser vehicles), has lots of leather and wood, and sports the Class’s sporty circular air vents. s.
The infotainment system is also present and correct, although – as almost every option imaginable comes as standard – there are many more menus to navigate than in the normal car.
The Maybach’s extra expense is only worth it when you get down into the rear cabin. There is more legroom than in the stock S-Class LWB and more headroom as well. Buyers can choose from a variety of leathers, headliners and upholstery finishes, all included in the price.