Although Mercedes-Benz South Africa has just launched the facelifted S-Class range in South Africa, Mercedes-Maybach has decided to 'further' facelift the luxury limousine, and has recently unveiled it at the Geneva International Motor Show.
The refreshed Maybach S-Class differentiates itself from the standard sedan with a new grill that uses chromed vertical slats - first seen on the Vision Mercedes‑Maybach 6 concept - instead of the standard horizontal ones, and a discreet emblem embedded into the top part of the grill.
Maybach also added a two-tone paint job to the options list. It’s offered in nine color combinations. New-look 20-inch wheels (as seen on the AMG S65) and two additional interior colour combinations round out the list of aesthetic changes for the new Maybach.
The S560 carries on with a biturbo 4.0-litre V8 engine that produces 345kw/700nm, while the S650 retains its twin-turbo 6.0-litre V12 that makes 463kw/1000nm.