6340 A Wilshire Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90036
Seller notes2012 Maybach Review| Every Maybach is built to the buyer's specifications, and the options and customizations are seemingly endless. There are four models: two short-wheelbase versions, and two long-wheelbase versions. The 57 measures 5.7 meters (225 inches) and the 62 measures 6.2 meters (243 inches). The base models feature a 5.5L V12 twin turbo engine that makes 543 hp and 664 lb-ft of torque. The 57S and 62S upgrade that engine to a 6.0L V12 twin turbo producing 620 hp and 738 lb-ft of torque. All of these configurations are mated to a 5-speed automatic transmission. |Walkaround| Maybachs utilize an electrohydraulic brake system, electronic stability control, anti-lock brakes and Parktronic parking assist. They also feature a passive safety system that assesses the severity of a crash and determines the most appropriate response. Airbags are fitted all around, and the reclining seats optional in the 57 and standard in the 62 have crash-responsive seatbacks. Climate control is automatic, with separate systems for front and rear. Seats are heated and upholstered in Grand Napa leather. A 21-speaker Bose system is standard, as are the rear refrigerator, window curtains and champagne flutes. A wireless internet system for rear passengers and a 19-inch flatscreen mounted on the center divider are standard. |Summary| Optional features for the 57 and 62 include electronic rear door closers, electronic sliding curtains for the rear seats, and solar-powered cabin ventilation. The 57S options go further: leather CD bag, dust cover with Maybach logo, sunroof, heated steering wheel, voice-operated control system in your choice of languages and a pennant holder and staff. The 62S has even more options, like a tissue dispenser in the console, curtains for the back window, retractable partition between rear passengers and driver, makeup mirror, panoramic glass sunroof with solar module, electro-transparent roof panel and a reversing camera. Also available is the 62S Landaulet, which offers rear passengers the option of lowering the roof, while the driver stays under cover.
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