Maybach Landaulet (2012)

CARBARN | Maybach Landaulet (2012) | Interior changes include .925 sterling silver "Maybach Manufacturing" badging in seat backrests, new seat stitching as well as new interior colors, trims and paints throughout the entire model line. Maybach occupants enjoy the convenience of audio, video, phone and navigation systems as standard equipment. Rear passengers can control specific audio and video systems using a remote control. The driver can also control the communication systems by voice, keeping both hands on the steering wheel for safety. A lifetime subscription to SIRIUS Satellite Radio is included with every Maybach.

True to the tradition of exclusive Landaulets, the roof of the car can be opened fully at the rear, while the driver's compartment Remains completely enclosed from the driver. Other new features for the latest year models include Antigua white paint, 20-inch wheels painted in white with high-Sheen spokes, and white indicators (front) and rear light clusters in dark red. Since Maybach engineers have removed the rear roof module in order to afford passengers an unobstructed view of the sky, the side walls have been reinforced with an integral tubular steel structure.  In order to offer the Utmost comfort, both the front and rear seats are heated in the Maybach. All the seats are electrically adjustable for fore / AFT, height, seatback and cushion angle, cushion length and head restraint height.

The Maybach Landaulet exclusively offers extending and reclining rear seats fit for a private jet. Additionally, the Maybach Landaulet offers as standard equipment in Alcantara for pillows removable rear seat head restraint. To protect from the sun and guard from the gazes of Strangers, the Maybach features rear high-grade fabric window curtains That can be operated from all four seats (electrically-operated rear side curtains for the windows are optional). Opening and closing the roof takes 16 seconds. The chauffeur is Able to enclose the folded roof with a fitted leather cover, the which both conceals the roof mechanism from view The Maybach Landaulet study is powered by the uprated V12 engine That Maybach engineers developed for the Maybach 57 S and Maybach 62 S. Thanks to twin turbochargers and water intercooling, the V12 develops a maximum output of 620 horsepower and 738 lb-ft of torque. Instead of the traditional mechanical / hydraulic brake system, the Maybach is equipped with an electrohydraulic system known as Sensotronic Brake Control (SBC). This system has two central control units - a design feature the which has significant advantages with regard to the division of the brake circuits. The key benefit of this system is that? BC also helps to make-braking smoother. First, Maybach's parent company Daimler is Preparing to shut down the slow-selling ultra-luxury brand.

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