Maybach Landaulet has a V12 bi-turbo gasoline engine with 5-speed automatic transmission witch outputs 604 horsepower. Maybach Landaulet's roof can be opened fully at the rear, while the driver's compartment remains entirely enclosed.
The model will be produced in just 20 copies, especially for Arabs multi-millionaires.
The new Maybach Landaulet luxury brand resurrects the myth of the classic luxury landaulets, a tale of which is that only the chauffeur's area is closed. An extra-large folding roof opens up over the satisfied rear-seat passengers when needed, leaving no barriers between them and the blue sky above. The Maybach Landaulet thus allows a luxurious open-air experience currently unequalled by any other car. Possessing a certain poetic spirit and providing its customers with the opportunity to appreciate closeness to nature, this extraordinary vehicle also features the ultimate in luxury and technological sophistication.
A limited number of cars will be built, and the finest elements are painstakingly handcrafted by select professionals to meet the clients' exacting specifications - just as the intelligent Maybach customers would demand.
In technological terms, the Maybach Landaulet is based on the Maybach 62 S - which can pretend to be the world's most important series-produced chauffeured saloon. Maybach engineers have shifted the rear roof module in order to afford customers an unrestrained view of the heaven above. The side walls have been secretly strengthened with an integral tubular steel structure. As these actions have not changed the shape of the luxury saloon, the generously dimensioned doors and the whole interior with lounging seats remain unchanged.
Seat comfort is improved by pneumatically flexible air cushions in the backrest and a program-controlled massage function. Pushing the "Pulse" button expands and contracts the central air cushion in the lumbar region at accurately defined interludes and with varying intensity. As endorsed by orthopaedic specialists, this pulsating action decreases stress in the back muscles and raises the metabolism of the intervertebral discs. Each relaxing back massage persists for five minutes and can be reproduced as often as needed.