- The Mercedes-Maybach S-Class sedan is getting a new front grille and color combinations for 2019.
- The new front grille is inspired by the Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 Concept car.
- The 2019 Mercedes-Maybach S-Class sedans will make their world debut at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show.
In 2015, Mercedes' ultra-luxury Maybach nameplate returned to the lineup as the top-of-the-line variant of its flagship S-Class sedan.
Along with the rest of the S-Class lineup, the Maybach sedans received updated sheet metal, electronics, and engines for the 2018 model year.
But the changes haven't stopped there.
For 2019, Mercedes-Benz is updating its most expensive luxury sedans with new looks both inside and out.
Mercedes-BenzAesthetically, the 2019 Maybach cars will come with a new front grille inspired by the Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 concept car first unveiled at the 2016 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance.
In addition, Maybachs get new 20-inch multi-spoke wheels and two-tone exterior paint combinations. There are also two new interior color combinations—ArmagnacBrown/Black and Savanna Beige/Black — from which customers can choose.
Engine options for the Maybach will remain the same. The S560 Maybach will be powered by a 463 horsepower 4.0 liter, biturbo V8 while the S650 will be powered by a 621 horsepower, 6.0 liter, biturbo V12.
Mercedes-BenzAccording to Mercedes, the S560 can hit 60 mph in just 4.8 seconds while the S650 can make the same sprint in 4.6 ticks of a stopwatch.
The 2019 Mercedes-Maybach sedans will make their world debut in March at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show and are expected to reach US rooms this summer.
Mercedes have not yet announced pricing for the 2019 Maybach. However, the 2018 Maybach S560 starts $168,600 while the 2018 Maybach S650 starts at $198,700.
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