Mercedes the brand is known for its top-of-the-line luxury and racing cars has launched its 2021 upgrade for the Mercedes Maybach which was originally launched in 2015. Since the launch of its original model, Mercedes has sold over 60,000 units with about 600 units sold every month in China only. Mercedes promises to deliver an even better experience with its new 2021 Mercedes Maybach.

Mercedes Maybach 2021 Designing

Maybach being a limousine has its own benefits in the size and styling section, the dimensions of the Maybach are 5,469 mm in length, 1,921 mm in width, and 1,510 mm in height. The wheelbase of the car is 180mm longer as compared to the new s-class with the length of the new Maybach being 3396mm compared to the 3216mm length of the new S-class.

Mercedes has not any significant changes to the Maybach as compared to the S-class line-up, with minor tweaks in the large signature grille of the Maybach with sleek vertical bars and Maybach written on the top of it, a unique chrome pattern at the lower part of the front and rear bumpers, 34 spoke alloy wheels and an optional dual-tone paint job.

Mercedes-Maybach S-class interior
Mercedes-Maybach S-class interior

Interior is the segment where the Mercedes-Benz leaves the other competition behind, Maybach’s interior no less than an art piece with features like a 12.8-inch OLED infotainment system combined with a 12.3-inch 3D digital instrument cluster screen and three screens for the rear seaters. The new Maybach also gets a wooden finish for the front and the rear console, separate Executive level car seats for each seater with an inclination angle up-to 43.5 degrees for the rear and up to 23 degrees for the front seats.

That’s not all for the interior section as the list goes on and on like integrated massage function for rear seaters in the hand rest, heating option for shoulders and neck, powered opening and closing of door, integrated 4D sound cancelation system to cancel road noises and much so much more than the list won’t end.

 Mercedes Maybach 2021 Engine options

The Maybach comes in few engine options with each variant powered by a 48V EQ boost hybrid system that can provide power up to 20hp in a small burst. The engine is coupled with a 9-speed automatic gearbox providing an all-wheel drive with adjustments allowing power transmission only to the rear wheels to proving a smaller turning radius and provide a better parking mechanism.