The German tuners from Xenatec have released this latest masterpiece based on the Maybach 57 S Coupe and it does look amazing. Based off the Maybach 57S, the build will be limited to 30 units, each priced at €675,000 without taxes. In Germany the car will have the price of €800,000 with all tax included. When comparing to a stock Maybach 57S limousine, the major changes seen here are on the B and C pillars, doors, side panels, and front and rear fenders. An example is the B-pillar moved 20 cm back, resulting in the new door panels leading to the taillights to allow 20 mm more width at the rear wheel wells. Xenatec finished the exterior styling with a set of 21-inch wheels, rear diffuser, and installed new front and rear bumpers with a more sporty look for the customers.
Inside the Maybach 57 S Coupe you will find seating for four people, and an optional glass roof is available. The same quality for the interior of the Maybach sedan was used on this new coupe model, and although the manufacturer didn’t release the official specs, we do have some figures for you. From the factory the Maybach 57S is powered by a V12 engine producing 630 hp and 368 g/km of CO2 emissions, while holding a fuel consumption of 15 l/100km or 15.68 mpg. Not too bad for having over 600 horses to play with!
A glass roof as an option eh?
I’d really like to have a glass roof in the event of an accident. How to lose you head and spinal cord in movement!