It was Mercedes-Benz in mid-November 2020 that unveiled the new generation Maybach S-Class. Now it is time to price this luxury and long German flagship. The base price of the new Maybach S-Class will be $ 184,900, of which $ 1,050 will be charged for car delivery.
Of course, the interesting thing is the heavy tax that is levied on cars with 8-cylinder engines and above. The owner of a Maybach S-Class 2021 must pay $ 68,600 in taxes alone. Such a figure increases from 1.6 billion tomans to 24 thousand tomans.
In other words, the amount of tax you pay for owning a Maybach S-Class is equivalent to the price of an AMG C63 Coupe.
The new Maybach S-Class, a fresh competitor to the Rolls-Royce Ghost and Bentley Flying Spor V8, is priced at about $ 11,800 more expensive than the previous-generation V8. The new Mercedes-Benz S-Class is a car equipped in every way.
From 10-degree steering on the rear wheels to the Bremster audio system with 30 speakers, the 7-inch longer wheelbase gives the rear passengers extra legroom compared to the standard S-Class.
In addition, dual screens, detachable tablets and wireless headsets are provided for more entertainment for rear passengers.
The air suspension is now standard on the new Maybach S-Class. To further increase the safety of the rear passengers, front airbags have also been installed in this area. Like other luxury cars on the market, the amenities and safety features of the Maybach S-Class 2021 are at their highest.
Apart from the discussion of facilities, the quality of materials used to build the cabin is really first class. Everywhere you look today, the tide of protectionist sentiment is flowing. Genuine wooden parts and VIP chairs equipped with a massager also complement the luxury of the cabin.
While the base version of the new Mercedes-Benz S-Class with V6 powertrain is available for the S500, the new Maybach S-Class is currently only available in the S580 trim with V8 powertrain. This 4.0-liter twin-turbo engine is capable of producing 496 horsepower and 700 Nm of torque.
Mercedes has promised to launch a glorious V12 version of the new Maybach S-Class in the future. But the technical details have not been released yet. It should be noted that the all-electric version of the new S-Class, called EQS, will be available from 2022. It is said that this car will be available to buyers for the first time with a giant 56.0-inch display, which is similar to none of the current and previous S-Class models.