Paying almost $1.8 million for a car would usually land you a few Ferraris, Lamborghinis and Porsches. Take a closer look at the used car market, and new possibilities open up, from certain limited edition exotics to some highly desirable classics.
But what if we told you that this is how much a Mercedes-Maybach G650 Landaulet could sell for? The ad seen on Mobile reveals a €1,450,000 asking price, tax included, which equals to $1,791,930 at current exchange rates.
This is one of the most collectible versions of the previous-gen G-Class. Launched one year ago as one of the swan songs of the iconic 4×4, it was produced in just 99 units, all of them benefiting from Maybach’s luxury items.
It gets plenty of leather, entertainment features, individual rear seats with massage function, and just about everything one would expect from a car that proudly wears the Maybach badge.
And it’s not all about luxury, either, as it’s powered by the same engine as the AMG G65, a twin-turbo 6.0-liter V12 that puts out 630hp and 1,000Nm (738lb-ft) of torque.
The seller, a car dealership based in Trier, Germany, doesn’t say how much it has on the clock, but the image gallery reveals a vehicle that’s basically brand new. So, would you be tempted to spend your $1.8 million, if you had that much lying around, on this hyper G-Class?