With the occasion of this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show, Maybach has unveiled the Edition 125 anniversary model.
Based on the 57S model, this is a one-off that brings some nice touches both for the exterior and inside the cabin.
One of the highlights of the car would have to be its front armrest that has been laser-engraved with a light motif that features the company’s badge, a double “M” in a curved triangle. Other than that, the vehicle comes with contour lightning and wears a Tahiti Black or Patagonia Silver exterior finish.
On the inside we also find silver-colored stitching, an embroidered glove compartment lid that has Wilhem Maybach’s signature, as well as silver carbon fiber and black piano lacquer trim parts. The car rides on a set of 20-inch alloys that have a matt black finish, while the front grille has a different shape.
With the occasion of launching this one-off model, the automaker also stated that the regular models will benefit from a few upgrades. Both the 52S and the longer 62S get 18 hp (13 kW) more power, for a grand total of 630 hp (463 kW). In addition, fuel consumption has been reduced to “only” 15.8 liters/ 100 km while CO2 emissions have also been lowered to 368 g/km.