Not quite sure what you think of the Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 unveiled at Pebble Beach over the weekend?
Well perhaps some actual photos, instead of computer renderings, will help. We have to say those didn’t do the 738-horsepower ultra-luxury concept justice.
Check out a few pictures of the actual car we’ve rounded up.
Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 concept at Pebble Beach pic.twitter.com/p6Sgj1i373
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This all-electric super car design is part retro, part futuristic. It’s what Mercedes-Benz calls a redefined throwback to the “glorious age of the aero coupes”.
The hood is enormous along with the large grille. And it’s long. As in 18.5 inches long with a long bonnet and a low roof line. Of course it also comes with Maybach’s now-signature gull-wing doors. You also can’t look at it without thinking about aerodynamics. Airflow is designed to hug the body and break away very late at the tail end, which doesn’t need an actual spoiler.
This is the first concept to wear the Mercedes-Maybach badge since the automaker announced it was reviving that brand. There’s a very real possibility it will hit the market in some form, even as early as next year.
We can expect even more pics and video when Mercedes rolls it out at the Paris Auto Show next month.