It’s not the seller making prices escalate. It’s always the buyer. And prices will skyrocket as long as there is demand. That must be the reason for which this Mercedes-Maybach G 650 Landaulet is for sale for quite a fortune.
That and the fact that Mercedes only built 99 units of this ultra-exclusive model. The luxury carmaker fitted it with the 6.0-liter twin-turbocharged V12, while AMGs had to settle for the 4.0-liter V8. The 12-cylinder power mill packs up 630 horsepower and 1,000 Nm of torque. How much fuel does it drink up? Well, if you ask, you are either terribly interested or you can’t afford it. The fuel consumption goes as far as 22.7 l/100 km in the city. Or so Brabus claims.
The luxurious titan over here shows up on Brabus’ webpage. The odometer only reads 715 kilometers (441 miles) since it drove out the factory gate, which makes it practically new.
It comes with a Designo mystic white metallic body paint, accompanied by a chrome package and AMG carbon-fiber trim parts. The 22-inch alloy wheels and the massive ground clearance get all the attention when you look at this Mercedes-Maybach G 650 Landaulet from any of the sides.
Mercedes-Maybach G 650 Landaulet – almost one million dollars
Brabus mentions seats in red leather, a dashboard and a steering wheel to match. There are heated front seats, ambiance lighting and an auxiliary heating system. There is also a Surround Sound System signed by Harman Kardon, while the inside mirror integrates a garage opener. No MBUX back then, but the future owner will benefit from the presence of its predecessor, Comand Online.
The German tuner is selling this exclusive beast for quite a price now. It’s 821,100 euros, the equivalent of $928,625 at the current exchange rate. As we said, if you ask, you might not afford it.