New Mercedes-Maybach S-Class: Epitome of Opulence


The 2021 Mercedes-Maybach S-class has been revealed a little over two months after the debut of the new-generation S-class. The Maybach S-class promises to shift the goalposts for luxury limousines by offering greater interior space and a glut of new comfort-oriented features. It is arguably the pinnacle of luxury and prestige, and nothing comes close to its levels of indulgence, technological features, and equally imposing nature than the flagship S-Class.


For the new 223-series Mercedes-Maybach S-Class, the manufacturer reinvents itself, singlehandedly redefining what automotive luxury can be. Raising the bar from its last flagship model, the new S-Class features a dazzling array of technology features inside-and-out, putting the focus on the passengers in more ways than just providing additional legroom.

As befits a limousine, the new Mercedes-Maybach S-class is one long car. At 5,469mm, it’s a substantial 180mm longer than the long-wheelbase version of the new S-class, and all of those 180mm have gone into the new Maybach’s wheelbase, which is 3,396mm long – 31mm longer than even the outgoing Maybach S-class.


Unsurprisingly, Mercedes-Benz has only made small exterior additions to help distinguish the Maybach from lesser S-classes. Unique to the new Maybach S-class are the signature Maybach grille with slim vertical bars and a ‘Maybach’ inscription on top. There is a central chrome fin on the bonnet. And also a chrome applique for the lower parts of the front and rear bumpers. Also, 34-spokealloy wheels, larger rear doors, Maybach insignias on the C-pillars and an optional two-tone paintjob with a ‘dividing line’. This can take up to a week to be completed.

Redefining Luxury

In the front, it’s like an S-Class, only even more luxurious. There are five on-board displays including a 12.8-inch OLED central display that acts as a high-tech control centre. And also a 12.3-inch 3D driver display that can use 3D tech to represent other road users. It also shows pronounced depth and shade effects in augmented reality. The front seats are highly adaptable to offer more legroom in the rear, too.

In terms of driving, the Mercedes-Maybach S-Class already gets an AIRMATIC air or an optional fully active E-ACTIVE BODY CONTROL suspension, a Burmester High-End 4D Surround Sound system that works alongside active road noise cancellation, dozens of safety features, and more.

Take a look at the Mercedes-Maybach S-Class above, and expect it to launch in the U.S. in mid-2021.

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