As we all know, Maybach has always been a Mercedes-Benz conversion factory, and most of products sold are deeply modified based on Mercedes-Benz models, offering consumers a more exclusive and luxurious car experience. On the evening of October 10, Maybach also presented us with an all-new all-electric Project MAYBACH concept car.
And this car is also co-created by Virgil Abloh and Mercedes-Benz chief designer Wagner. In terms of overall appearance, this all-new Maybach all-electric vehicle has refreshed our understanding of Maybach. Knowing how shape of front is very unique, penetrating LED headlights, combined with a multi-frame grille that can emit light and round headlights, combined with a wild front bumper in front, overall design looks like a full "meaning of future."
In addition, front hatch of engine is made transparent, and solar panels are installed inside.
As for crossover concept car, new car has a very slender body but is equipped with four off-road tires and enlarged wheel arches. Come with a strong sense of future.
The design of tail section also echoes front of car. It also has a straight shape with round taillights and has off-road bars and skid plates on bottom.
From point of view of interior, it is also full of surprises. It is also wrapped in large-area leather to emphasize luxury feel, but with off-road needs in mind, overall design of the new car is based on a simple and rigid design style.
In addition, new car uses a two-seat layout, and main and co-pilot seats are of an integrated design, and in terms of shape, it can be said that it is quite rigid.
Also, co-pilot's seat can be folded down to become a temporary single bed.
It's easy to see that new all-electric concept car released by Maybach this time is definitely a cross-border vehicle that combines luxury, fashion and off-road. We can say that he broke our minds. Strictly speaking, it is more like a work of art. However, it should be noted that, according to an official statement, first Maybach electric car will be released next year. If new car looks like this, will you support it?