The latest Mercedes-Maybach S680 Haute Voiture will feature a large chrome grille with vertical slats, Matrix LED headlights, flush-fitted door handles, flared wheel arches, and more.
The new Mercedes-Maybach S680 Haute Voiture has made its debut at a fashion show in Dubai. It's a high-end fashion-based model in the already luxurious Maybach series. Mercedes-Benz has officially announced its plan to put the model into production. The production will be limited to 150 units worldwide, and Merc will start shipping them in early 2023. The sedan will be powered by a 6.0-litre V12 engine, which will come mated to a 9-speed automatic gearbox.
The exterior of the limited edition will feature a two-toned paint scheme, similar to that of the standard Maybach S-class. However, there will be a distinct colour scheme like Metallic Nautical Blue on the upper part of the body and Rose Gold on the lower half, under the window. The monoblock wheels have been painted blue to complement the top half of the luxury sedan.
Inside the new Mercedes-Maybach S680 Haute Voiture, dark blue accents are used on the dashboard, door panels, and steering wheel. The colour scheme on the exterior matches the rose gold highlights inside the cabin. The interior of the latest Mercedes-Maybach S680 Haute Voiture is dominated by a material called bouclé. The door panels and seats are covered in this fabric, and it features blue, beige, and rose gold tones.
The MBUX touchscreen entertainment system is available as standard. Mercedes has updated the MBUX system, and it now gets pictures of magnolia blossoms and sparkling particles in the profile options.
Each unit of the limited edition sedan also comes with a handcrafted gift box with the badge number of the car written on it, along with a tiny model of the Maybach, a key ring, and a car cover with the company logo and Haute Voiture badge.
Mercedes-Benz has not revealed the prices of the latest Mercedes-Maybach S680 Haute Voiture; however, it is expected to be pricier than the standard version, which in India costs approximately ₹3.2 crores (ex-showroom).