Maybach 125 57 S

Maybach impresses with anniversary Edition 125! plus 57 and 62 models at Frankfurt

Maybach has models such as the Daimler, that seem to sit in a class of its own, and the brand offers car enthusiasts an exceptional and atypical vehicle of high quality and uniqueness – and a steep price ticket to boot. Well, Maybach is adding to their collection with the exciting new Edition 125! vehicle which they showed off at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show.

The Edition 125! (exclamation point in the name added by the brand) was unveiled at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show and boasted even more exclusivity and brilliance than its predecessors. Maybach brought this car to light to help celebrate a century and a quarter of its brand’s brilliance.

The Edition 125! is being claimed as an “unusual one-off piece [which] presents exquisite new possibilities for individually styling the high-end saloons.” What is different about this new Maybach? The car offers highly unique options only available to the brand’s customers.

These options include the saloon painted in the newly created special colors of Tahiti Black/ Patagonia Silver. Lavish contour lighting and laser-engraved light show-off, illuminated from inside, the alluring double-M in a curved triangle in the front armrest. Some other new features include a glove compartment lid embroidered with the signature of Wilhelm Maybach, silver-colored topstitching, trim in silver carbon fibre/black piano lacquer, matt black 20-inch wheels with high-sheen spokes and a newly styled radiator grille. In a press release, the car was described as having, “The wide-ranging new individualisation options perfectly complement the confident air of the legendary Maybach saloons.”


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