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Maybach 57 S Coupe Conversion - Web Exclusive

The length of the car is roughly 225-inches long making this modified limo one of the longest coupes ever created.

Oct 13, 2010

Since '02, the Maybach has remained one of the most prestigious luxury cars ever put on the road. The car is a favorite among celebrities around the world and has become the premier limousine with state of the art technology and supreme comfort.

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Tuner Xenatec has taken things further by modifying the Maybach 57 S limo. The body and interior feature new upgrades, most notably the doors. The length of the car is roughly 225-inches long making this modified limo one of the longest coupes ever created. The side doors feature frameless side screens. The wind screen and rear screen are more steeply raked for a sporty silhouette, lowering the roofline. The doors and side panels as well as the front and rear fenders are also new, as are the front and rear bumpers. To make the coupe a little more beefier, the rear track is increased by 20mm, and the standard 19” rims are upgraded to twenties by Xenatec. There is even an option for 21" wheels if your heart desires.

A very limited number of these coupes are being modified by hand in Germany for clients worldwide. The Maybach will still keep the factory 6.0-liter V12 that pumps out a hefty 603.5hp and 738 lb-ft of torque. The Xenatech coupe will retail for around $942000 USD excluding taxes.

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