Breathtaking Mercedes-Maybach Vision 6 Is A Proper Modern Land Yacht

Apparently, Mercedes wanted to keep everyone attending the Paris Motor Show busy, introducing us to models like the AMG GT C Roadster, the Generation EQ Concept, the electric version of the Smart and of course, that huge Maybach 6 concept.

Originally revealed in Monterey, this bright red study measures 5.7 meters (225 inches) long and ticks all the right boxes a futuristic two-seater luxury coupe should tick. Under the impressive bodywork lies an electric powertrain made out of four electric motors mounted, each driving a wheel.

With a total output of 750hp, the Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 is able of a sub-4 second time for the 0-62mph procedure and a 155mph top speed while offering over 310 miles (500km) of range.

The body also features a pair of gullwing doors while the cabin offers a lounge-like atmosphere and a windscreen that also acts as a display of important information for the driver.

Although Mercedes didn’t share if the Maybach 6 concept previews an actual production model, it reveals the general direction to be followed by the high-end brand.

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  • europeon

    This time it has an interior.

  • donald seymour

    John tell the guys to take pictures of the Savage Rivale.

  • Kenneth

    It’s much easier to design a “Breathtaking” car if it doesn’t have to include headroom/visibility for adult humans.

    • Bob

      Every now and then, we need to give usability a big fat finger and make something that will take breaths away.

  • Enter Ranting

    If you sit on the trunk, the front wheels lift off the ground.

  • fabri99

    Just make a limited run of 60 units and make people pay one million dollars for one.

    • Astonman

      I’m thinking 5 million. It is so ostentatious that they can get it.

      • fabri99

        Well, the less units you make, the more you can ask.

        • Astonman

          absolutely

  • Arminius

    That is stunning: one could certainly not fail to make an arrival in that.

  • rover10

    What if this was the new E-Type? I guess the driver would need plenty of radar and camera assistance, in order to avoid damaging the nose?

  • datCubanguy

    it reminds me of those 1930s streamlined vehicles,especially the backside.I kind of wish I had the money to buy something like this but then again if I had the money I would probably just give it away in charity.maybe fund some kid’s college or something along those lines.

  • Gish

    Lovely shape. Pity about the Red wheels.

    Would be superb looking in a better colour.

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