When it comes to luxury, it can be challenging to defeat a Mercedes-Benz S-class, but the Mercedes-Maybach S-650 goes above and beyond. The Bentley Flying Spur, the Rolls-Royce Ghost, and other high-end vehicles are competitors of this ultra-luxurious sedan in the luxury market. In 2020, Mercedes-Benz will stop producing the most recent iteration of the S650 and replace it with the recently announced, V12-powered S680. The S650 still functions well and feels modern in terms of elegance and technology even after two years. The Mercedes-Maybach S650 is equipped with a ton of high-end amenities to keep you relaxed and engaged while driving.
The Mercedes-Maybach S650 is a distinct luxury breed despite having a similar structure and many of the same parts as the Mercedes-Benz S-Class. With its distinctive front bumper, radiator grille, and door sill panels with carved “Maybach” lettering, the Mercedes-Maybach raises things to a new level. The Maybach S-design class’s design is a little bit simpler and more retracted than that of its rivals, which helps it blend into traffic without standing out too much. The larger body is ideal for driving, especially with the reclining back seats and the massage feature.
Along with its motor and drivetrain innovations, Find its cabin to be pretty fascinating. examining the spaciousness, technology, luxury, and more of the Mercedes-Maybach S650’s inside as we take a closer look at it.
The inside of the Mercedes-Maybach S650 resembles a throne room. The first thing you’ll notice when you enter the Maybach is the high-quality surfaces, which are exquisitely coated in premium leather, wood, or unobtanium. The interior’s ceiling, door sills, console, sun visors, seats, and roof pillars are all covered in Nappa leather, just like the interior of the more recent model. Everything looks and feels vintage, but it does so in a way that feels completely natural and contemporary.
We appreciate the incredible internal embellishments, which contribute to the mystery and are entirely hand-crafted, including the doors, consoles and armrests, and front console. The opulent extras don’t end there. Options include Designo Black Piano Lacquer wood trim, Designo Exclusive semi-aniline leather upholstery, and Nappa leather for the steering wheel. Mercedes-unique Maybach’s LED interior lighting system, which has 300 individual lights distributed over three zones, illuminates the entire opulent interior. Additionally, it has four-zone controlled climate control and an air Balance indoor air filtering system as standard equipment.
For the front passengers, the seats themselves offer heated and ventilated 12-way power adjustments with memory, while heated and ventilated 12-way power adjustments with memory and massaging function are available for the rear passengers. Other add-ons provide a first-class experience for the passengers in the back. These include amenities like heated and chilled cupholders, collapsible tables, a refrigerated box, and even a set of specially designed silver champagne glasses.