Almost 140 years ago, two men joined forces to build reliable cars. Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach built cars for the wealthy, and their Mercedes-Benz models became a standard for the world. As such, their first brand is reserved for special occasions, so we are proud to announce the arrival of the 2021 Mercedes-Maybach S-Class.
We could write dozens of pages extolling the virtues of this classy sedan, but you probably know it is about to redefine what luxury motoring is for this decade. Starting with a new chassis, it is 7″ longer than its predecessor. Given the expansive rear seating area, the powered rear doors open to reveal opulent executive seats. Adaptive lighting has modes for working, relaxation, and the ability to fine-tune the interior ambiance.
Thanks to E-Active Body Control, a computer scans the road ahead to change the air suspension and shock absorbers before a bump can disturb the passengers. What’s more, the rear-wheel steering system moves the center of rotation closer to the rear seats. This lowers the g-forces imparted to your guests. The refrigerator behind the armrest has two settings: 33.8 or 44.6 degrees Fahrenheit, depending on what you want to drink.
No matter what solid color or 2-tone exterior you choose, the paint shop spends over a week on each car. A hybrid system stores 48 volts that power the suspension, AC compressor, and the suspension systems. A 21 horsepower motor/generator inside the 9-speed transmission allows for for efficient cruising and smooth shifting. Should the car detect a side impact, the system forces the car to jump. Nearly going airborne, it places the impact cross members at the perfect angle to absorb the crash. Our dealers stand ready to build you flagship, so click the button below and stay with us for a complete review of this amazing machine.
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