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2008 Maybach 62 S w/Partition For the exceedingly well-heeled who have decided that only the biggest and best will do, there’s the V12-powered Maybach 62 S ULTRA LUXURY sedan. As the Maybach 62 S is intended to have a chauffeur up front, the primary focus is on ride quality — and the 62, of course, doesn’t disappoint. The high-performance 62 S model joined the lineup with its more powerful engine, sport-tuned suspension and unique appointments inside and out. The original MSRP is a WHOPPING $493K!!! IT IS ALSO A ONE OWNER CALIFORNIA CARFAX CERTIFIED VEHICLE WITH SERVICE RECORDS!!! Options & Features: Antigua White $3,015 Rear-Side Curtains $3,080 Heated and Ventilated Front Seats $1,570 Active Ventilated Seats/Rear $1,570 Ext. Communication Sys. $2,225 Partition Wall w/ Intercom Package $29,950 Glass Sunroof w/ Solar Panel Package $14,850.
For the exceedingly well-heeled who have decided that only the biggest and best will do, there’s the V12-powered Maybach 62 ultra luxury sedan. Resurrecting the nameplate from a line of indulgent, custom-built and mostly chauffeur-driven cars from the 1920s to the ’40s, it’s one of the most exclusive automobiles in the world.
Actually, there are two different Maybach sedans: the 62 and its smaller 57 stablemate. The difference is their length in meters (6.2 and 5.7), with the 62 — as the longest production sedan currently available — using its extra length for the benefit of rear-seat passengers. But its size alone is only part of the story, as virtually every conceivable premium luxury is part of the opulent Maybach experience. From world-class leather and wood trim to its multiple lighting schemes and feathered-pillow head restraints, the sumptuous Maybach 62 caters to nearly every reasonable (and even unreasonable) demand.
Both Maybach 62 models are powered by variants of the twin-turbocharged V12 Mercedes-Benz uses in its most exclusive vehicles. The regular 62 makes do with a merely prodigious 543 horsepower and 664 pound-feet of torque from its 5.5-liter engine, but the 62 S features an otherworldly 604 hp and 738 lb-ft of torque from a 6.0-liter engine.