Behold: the 2021 Mercedes Benz Maybach S-Class – future flagship of the Benz bourgemobile fleet.

Despite its luxurious front cabin, most of its owners will only ever sit in the back. Here, twin Executive seats with calf massage and neck and shoulder heaters are adjustable all the way to full length sleeping mode.

Interior lighting is adaptive. Doors are automatic and seatbelt extension is handled by electronic ‘butlers’. The roller sunscreen is gesture-controlled and there’s a cooler to keep your Krug Grande Cuvée at the perfect temperature.

Pricing to be announced but likely to be somewhere around €170,000+ for the middle of the inline-six 3.0 petrol/hybrid/V8/twin-turbo V12 range.


17 thoughts on “Hot Wheels

  1. Clampers Outside

    I very rarely have anything bad to say on the Hot Wheels posts but, I must…

    That yoke is gick.

    1. ian-oh

      Well in Germany you could be better off from an environmental point of view with a smelly old diesel (and stop me if I am wrong here) because they use dirty coal fired plants to produce the electricity (I think up to a 3rd is based on coal, but will need to look that up) so all those smug Greens are just kidding themselves.

      As usual.

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