The Mercedes-Maybach S 680 combines the V12 and 4Matic.

Let’s go back to 2019 for a moment and go back to the Geneva Motor Show (GIMS). At the announcement that the M279 engine has begun a farewell journey. With only 130 produced, the Mercedes-AMG S 65 Final Edition will be the last S-Class in which the majestic V12 will still take its place. The electric Mercedes EQS will honor the top of the range. Stuttgart was already on fire, as the Maybach version of the new Mercedes S-Class could still get a V12. And through this tailgate the new Mercedes-Maybach S 680 V12 passes. Specifications The Mercedes-Maybach S 680 uses the famous 6-liter V12 which develops a maximum output of 612 hp and a maximum torque of 900 Nm. This is enough to propel the 2.4 ton limousine from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.5 seconds. , the top speed is limited to 250 km/h. standard consumption? 13.3 to 14.1 l/100 km depending on the selected specification. This translates into CO2 emissions of at least 305 gr/km. For the record: In the S 65 AMG Final Edition, the biturbo block still developed 630hp and 1000Nm. In the new Mercedes-Maybach S 680, the V12 for the first time features a 4Matic all-wheel drive system and a 9G-Tronic 9-speed automatic transmission. The very famous Maybach before World War II existed as its own brand within the Daimler family for a while and was intended to compete with Bentley and Rolls-Royce. Meanwhile, the German group has used the Mercedes-Maybach name for the luxury versions of the S-Class and GLS. Similar to the name Mercedes-AMG, which has been around for a while for the house’s sportiest models. This is how the new Mercedes S-Class gets such a Maybach variant. Now customers can choose from three body lengths, not one, not two. The length of the regular S-Class is 5179mm and the extended L version is 5289mm. As a Mercedes-Maybach, the S-Class measures over 5479 mm. Comparing the wheelbase, they are 3106, 3216 and 3396 millimeters respectively. Because, as everyone knows, the owners of Maybach usually sit in the back seat. More luxurious At the rear of the Mercedes-Maybach S-Class there are separate seats and so-called executive seats with backrest adjustment. It also features an electrically adjustable footrest that, in combination with the heel attached to the front seat, creates a continuous reclining surface for a true sleeping position. This was already possible with the previous Maybach, but the larger dimensions offer a lot more comfort. The calf support massage feature (don’t laugh) is completely new. Neck and shoulder heating is also an option. Externally, the Maybach differs from the Mercedes S-Class first of all by a chrome finned bonnet and a separate grille with some sort of three-dimensional trim. The rear doors are slightly wider and the C-pillar, also decorated with the Maybach logo, has lighting fixtures. Also on the list of options are electrical controls for these doors and two-tone paint with dividers. Other S models as well as innovative Digital Light technology,
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