Mercedes-Maybach revealed the ultra-posh G650 Landaulet in March on the 2017 Geneva Motor Present, at which era it was revealed that 98 of the deliberate 99 items had been already bought.
What turned of the final unit? It seems Maybach was saving the automobile for a charity public sale, on this case Bonhams’ The Zoute Sale which befell final week in Belgium.
The ultimate bid on the G650 Landaulet was a cool 1.2 million euros, or about $1.42 million. In keeping with Bonhams, there have been a number of bidders eager on the automobile. The ultimate bid got here from a Belgian resident.
Bonhams waived all charges related to the sale and each final greenback can be donated to Laureus Sport for Good, a charity with which Mercedes-Benz companions globally. The inspiration focuses on serving to kids and younger folks overcome violence, discrimination, and drawback via sports activities.
2018 Mercedes-Maybach G650 Landaulet no. 99 – Picture through Bonhams
When it was revealed earlier this yr, Maybach introduced the G650 Landaulet was priced from an eye-watering $754,200 price ticket. Surprisingly, although, the automobile was by no means provided on the market in the USA.
The G650 Landaulet is Maybach’s first SUV and options an open-top driving expertise for passengers within the rear seats, therefore the “Landaulet” within the identify. A soft-top roof will be open or closed with the push of a button and a glass partition separates the rear compartment from the motive force’s part. There’s additionally an choice to tint the glass divider for added privateness. Rear passengers are handled to seats plucked from the Maybach S-Class, together with a therapeutic massage perform, all trimmed in high-grade leather-based with diamond weave.
Not all of the enjoyable is saved for the passengers, although. The driving force will be capable of reap the benefits of a 6.Zero-liter twin-turbo V-12 that produces 621 horsepower and 737 pound-feet of torque. There’s additionally a set of portal axles borrowed from the G500 4×4², and the wheel arches are constituted of pure carbon fiber.
Different highlights of the public sale had been a 1957 Porsche 356A Speedster that bought for $463,178 and a 2000 BMW Z8 Roadster that bought for an insane $374,333.