Project Maybach offers unusual concepts created by Mercedes-Benz for the Maybach luxury brand. The Exelero high-speed test car and the Ultimate Luxury SUV Sedan are two that come to mind. The Project Maybach has been designing in collaboration with Virgil Abloh, the late fashion designer. The electric off-road coupe is exciting and unique.
Project Maybach is a Two-Door Off-Road Coupe
The two-door off-road coupe is a nearly 20-foot-long two-door off-road couple. It has traditional proportions and lines. It has a humongous front end. Plus a somewhat less huge rear end. Also, it is squaring-off but in a more elegant, midcentury luxury as a Hummer. The enormous chrome grille and very embellished taillights are complete with Maybach logos.
Consider an old-school coupe, it does sit high off the ground. Also, it rolls on small, steel-style wheels with thick tires. Moreover, it has skid plates, bolt-on fender flares, rock rails, and a roll cage with a roof basket. In fact, it is painting in matte tan paint that does make it like an expedition vehicle that is desert-ready.
It is practical for expedition work. Though the somewhat sparse-looking interior has tan leather seats that have a recline fully flat for sleeping. It is an electric car with long areas which are unoccupied by people. The also has a roof basket. It has loads of cargo space. The hood has solar panels which may provide a bit of range. It can be handy for recouping some power for accessories. The interior does seem to have extra storage bins. Plus the tools were stowing in certain compartments around the cabin.
Mercedes-Benz has nothing specific for the actual performance and range of the Maybach coupe. In fact, it is not completely surprising. It does since seem to be solely a design exercise. In fact, do not expect to see a production model soon. Then again, off-road luxury vehicles are really popular.