Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 In Paris – Photos & Videos

SEP 30 2016 BY MARK KANE 8

Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6

Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6

Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6, unveiled at the at the Pebble Beach Concours D’Elégance earlier this year, is one of the stars of the Paris Motor Show.

The German long-range limousine looks in Paris even better on the dark scene.

This car is so special that there were even some folks that wanted to buy it right from the show floor. News flash…it’s not for sale.

Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 specs:

  • 500 km (310 miles) NEDC or over 200 miles (320 km) of real world/EPA driving
  • 80 kWh battery
  • 0-62 mph (100 km/h) in less than 4 seconds
  • 250 km/h (155 mph) top speed
  • four electric motors with a total of 550 kW peak output and all-wheel-drive
  • charging happens at up to 350 kW DC (CCS Combo)! Five minutes replenish energy for 62 miles (100 km)
Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6

Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6

Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6

Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6

Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6

Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6

Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6

Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6

Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6

Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6

Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6

Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6

Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6

Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6

Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6

Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6

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All kinds of awesome…

Why not bring it into production? If Maybach should be a competitor to Bentley, a coupe would be nice. If it happens to be electric, with 350kW CCS, it would be even nicer… if you can afford it.

That’s a bigass boat of a car!

Nothing practical about. It’s for those who dollars than Sense.

I don’t get it. Never got Maybachs. In my opinion they are vulgar. But at least they are extremely well made, with top-notch materials and real luxury. Just wish they didn’t look so awful.

For some strange reason I like this beast! It’s so in-your-face, so bold and vulgar. It kind of looks like some weird cartoon character. Although I think it should come with more than 100 kWh battery.

What an incredibly ugly design… Unbelievably, it’s even worse than all the Cadillacs. Tiny windows so no visibility sideways or backwards — and I don’t think camera screens are any kind of substitute.

Unfortunately show cars are rarely practical. Usually wild styling to get customer reaction, and if they do produce a similar model for sale it will retain styling cues that people at the show said they liked, but would be much toned down with larger windows etc.

Under that long hood they can fit 2x V12 engines in row.
Why don’t they design an EV body style? Instead they stick to yesterday’s engineering…