Maybach 57S 2007
- 1 of only 6 models to enter Australia
- First sold new in Australia
- Only 3000 Maybachs were produced from 2002-2013
- Only two previous owners
- Original owner’s manuals, log/service books, tools and sales documents
This is a very low Km example of one of the most opulent and luxurious limousines ever built. It has all of its original owner’s manuals, log/service books, tools and sales documents. Today it presents in near new condition and are tremendous value when compared to the new luxury car market.
A rare opportunity to own one of very few in the country seldom do they come up for sale. A truly amazing vehicle on so many levels the quality and luxury features are un matched. If you’re looking for a special car that has every conceivable luxury feature this car has everything.
The deep Baltic Black paint is flawless. The interior is an elegant combination
of soft cream leather seats with black highlights and carbon fibre trim.
It has a comprehensive Bose sound system and audio-visual system with DVD players and twin screens in the back. With a huge amount of leg room and space it’s a comfortable place for long distant travel. The list of features this car has is endless luxury, style and performance this vehicle has to offer is amazing.
Always serviced with no expense spared they don’t get better than this.
Maybach has a long pedigree of ultra-opulent and luxurious dating back to 1921. The German car manufacturer built some of the finest automobiles the world had seen up until WWII when they started to focus solely on diesel engines for wartime machinery such as the Panzer tank. During the late 1990s the brand was bought by Mercedes-Benz owners Daimler with the plan to revive the iconic marque for the 21st century. The first Maybach 57 and 62 models were released in 2002 and were based on the current Mercedes-Benz S class.
Although they were a technological masterpiece of modern engineering, sales were slow due to their unique styling. For this reason, only 3000 Maybachs were produced from 2002-2013 with each car losing Daimler approximately $400,000 USD. The “S” model was released in 2005 and featured the all-new 6.0L V12 Biturbo producing 603bhp with a top speed of 275km/h. This 2007 Maybach 57S was first sold new in Australia. Being 1 of only 6 models to enter Australia it came with a recommended price tag of $1,100,000. The car has had only two previous owners.
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