Maybach 62 S Landaulet

  • The one & only RHD 62 S Landaulet
  • New car condition
  • 180 KM from new
  • Incl. new service & MOT
  • The last ever built 62 S Landaulet
Year:2013
Paintwork:White
Interior:Leather beige
Gearing Type:Automatic
Mileage:180 KM
Power:630 HP
Fuel*:Petrol
Price:Sold

* Fuel consumption: (DIN 70030) 23,6 L petrol determined at 3/4 of maximum speed, maximum of 110 km / h below surcharge of 10% (factory specification)

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The Maybach 62 S Landaulet

In November 2007, Maybach had revived the aura of the grand carriages of days gone by with its Landaulet study. The European premiere was taking place at the 78th Geneva Motor Show. Even beforehand, however, the response from the public to this masterpiece has been overwhelming, so much so that Maybach decided to offer the hand-built Landaulet based exclusively on the customer's own specifications. The Maybach name epitomises high-end luxury motoring. It stands for effortlessly superior automotive engineering at the very highest level, timeless and stylish elegance, and precision craftsmanship. Since approximately two-thirds of Maybach customers wish to tailor their cars exactly to their own tastes and ideas, Maybach is constantly expanding its exclusive range of customisation options. The Maybach Landaulet was prompted by the clientele of Maybach. Experts understand the landaulet to be an automobile whose front section has a fixed roof, but whose rear has a folding top to allow the passengers to enjoy the sunshine and fresh air. Landaulets were formerly often used as parade cars in which the occupants could present themselves to the people at the roadside. However, security considerations have largely relieved the landaulet of this function today. When closed, the black soft-top of the Maybach Landaulet rests on the roof frame and is wind and weather-proof. When requested by the passengers, the chauffeur operates a switch in the centre console. Fully automatically, electric motors then open the two locks which fasten the folding top to the roof frame; the top is folded and gently laid onto the parcel shelf in the rear, together with its integral rear windscreen made of single-layer safety glass. One hydraulic cylinder each on the left and right side open and close the top virtually noiselessly. The necessary driving power is furnished by an electro-hydraulic motor hidden away in the side of the boot. The opening and closing of the roof are choreographed to take place in less than 20 seconds. Of course, even with the top down the luggage compartment is always fully accessible. Maybach has adapted the luxurious rear compartment to the requirements of open-top motoring. For instance, the rear head restraints are slightly larger than on the saloon and effectively help reduce wind turbulence. Another slim wind deflector is automatically raised at speedsabove 70 km/h to further reduce the risk of any uncomfortable draughts. The deflector, which measures around five centimetres, can be activated manually at any time. The switch is conveniently positioned for rear passengers in the centre console. As well as being exceptionally comfortable, the reclining seats in the Maybach Landaulet offer an outstanding level of safety - in any position. The restraint system incorporating the belt tensioner, belt-force limiter and sidebag is integrated in the backrests, meaning that the rear passengers can enjoy optimal protection even when the seats are fully reclined. Further safety features include a crash-responsive backrest which is moved into an upright position in the event of a frontal impact and the tensioners on the belt buckles which also tension the lap belt in the event of an accident.

The vehicle offered here is the last Maybach 62 S Landaulet ever built, which was ordered on September 14, 2012 by one of Maybach's most important customers. In addition, it is the only example in the world that was completed as a right-hand drive version. Even the creation of this unique piece was extraordinary. Due to the decision to discontinue the Maybach production, the production line has already been dismantled in the factory, so that this car was assembled entirely by hand at its own individual place. No other Maybach received this honor. It was finally delivered to Switzerland on February 18, 2013. In the years that followed, the Maybach 62 S Landaulet was exhibited exclusively in the owner's collection and so the car's mileage has only been 180 kilometers since delivery. Visually and technically, this vehicle is of course in a new car condition. The prescribed customer services were carried out on January 30, 2017 and May 17, 2019. We are handing over this unique Maybach 62 S Landaulet, including extensive accessories and up-to-date customer service, to its future owner. Our sales staff will be happy to answer any questions you may have at any time. Please note that vehicle inspections are only possible by prior appointment.