For those who’ve mastered the art of living.
The Mercedes-Maybach S-Class is seven inches longer, and every inch has been devoted to rear-cabin comfort.
Its silhouette alone signals a new dimension of the good life.
Long, elegant, and commanding, the new Mercedes-Maybach S-Class moves through the world with unmistakable grace and ease. But creating this masterpiece was anything but easy: It required meticulous attention to every nuance and detail of design, engineering, comfort and technology. That striking two-tone finish, for example? Hand-painted through a process measured in days. This machine isn’t produced. It’s crafted.
And it’s never been simpler to get inside: With Electric Comfort doors as an optional feature, the rear doors can now open electronically, controlled from the driver’s seat or by remote. Once you’re ensconced inside, a simple gesture can help you close them again. You are then free to enjoy the sound of…nothing. A serene hush makes the Maybach’s cabin a private refuge where you can work or relax in peace. New adaptive rear lighting adjusts automatically based on the passenger’s position, and each of the Executive rear seats can be operated independently. From foot rest to calf rest (now equipped with a massage feature), all the way up to shoulders, neck and head, a continuous surface caters to comfort.
Chill the champagne in the refrigerated compartment. Unfold the leather table. Reach for the silver-plated champagne flutes. The new Mercedes-Maybach S-Class is worth the celebration — and arrives at dealerships midway through 2021.