The drive system requirements are catered for by the 6.0‑litre V12 engine with an output of 463 kW (630 hp). As you already know, this car has 2 variants. This comprises a key ring made of the nappa leather used in the vehicle and in the interior colour, with Maybach emblem and "1 of 300" lettering, as well as a certificate signed by Dr Dieter Zetsche, Chairman of Daimler AG and Head of Mercedes-Benz Cars. Finishing the aesthetics off are 20-inch Maybach forged rims, a Maybach puddle logo emitted from the side mirrors, and plenty of Maybach logos affixed all over the interior and exterior. Mercedes hasn’t yet announced pricing for the S650 Cabriolet — but we wouldn’t be surprised if it starts in the high-$200,000 range. Top speed is also pretty impressive at 201 mph. © Copyright TopSpeed. Read S-Class Maybach S650 review, Specs, features, colors and images. The Mercedes-Maybach S 650 Cabriolet is equipped as standard with an exclusive travel luggage set from MAYBACH – ICONS OF LUXURY. Inside, the Maybach S650 is also heavily based on the S-Class, featuring the same imposing dashboard with massive screens behind the steering wheel and in the center stack, wide center console, flowing lines in the door panels, and bolstered, comfortable seats. To pay for that exclusivity, you had to pony up around $350,0000. Continue reading to learn Only 300 units will be built, with just 75 examples to cross the pond to the United States. Choose the color, wheels, interior, accessories and more. The first cabriolet of the Mercedes-Maybach brand is celebrating its debut at the LA Auto Show and is all set to hit markets in the spring of 2017 – limited to 300 examples and with a net price … If things get chilly driving with the top down, the Airscarf kicks in to create a more comfortable ride. For some perspective, while the cabriolet’s hard-roofed brethren, the S600, features the same 6.0-liter V12 biturbo, the sedan generates 100 less ponies. Each comes with polished, chrome-plated "1 of 300" lettering to highlight the level of exclusivity. The S450, S560 and AMG S63 all come with a nine-speed automatic transmission, and the Maybach S650 and AMG S65 use a seven-speed automatic. There’s a similar, trapezoidal center section and large side intakes, as well as thick chrome trim. On the flipside, it lacks the sportiness of the AMG-inspired Maybach, staying true to Rolls-Royce’s classic recipe for elegance and opulence. That’s because each show has different specifications and attributes. In combination with the other trim elements a unique yacht ambience is created – inspired by the Mercedes-Benz Style "Arrow 460-Granturismo" yacht. Coordinated with the interior of the car as far from and colors go, the bags can be securely attached to each other with straps to enable optimum use of the space in the trunk. Thanks to its AMG-based design and incredibly powerful engine, the S650 could change the way the market views Maybach and may open the door to other exclusive products. Although based on the standard S-Class inside and out, the Maybach S650 is actually pretty unique in the lineup. Those include a dynamic silhouette with a soft-top, a sidewall dropping line which noses down towards the rear. The ride should be buttery smooth, thanks to the AIRMATIC suspension with steplessly variable dampers. The most noticeable are the 20-inch forged wheels in a bi-chromatic finish. The soft leather, aluminum or carbon-fiber trim, and the exemplary fit and finish make the Conti GT Speed a solid competitor for the Maybach S650. That’s nearly $125,000 more than the S65 AMG. There’s no word on performance numbers courtesy of that monstrous V12, but it’ll hopefully be quick. Power transmission to the rear axle comes courtesy of the 7G‑TRONIC, while the AIRMATIC suspension with steplessly variable damping control ensures a special driving sensation. U.S. pricing information for the U.S. is not yet available, but the luxury cabriolet should retail from around $320,000, a significant hike compared to the Mercedes-Maybach S600 sedan, which costs $191,300. When Can You Get Them? The Maybach S650 and the Rolls-Royce Dawn (left) are equally impressive when it comes to materials and finishes, but they’re decades apart as far as design goes. The first cabriolet from the Mercedes‑Maybach brand is celebrating its debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show and is all set to hit markets in the spring of 2017 – limited to 300 examples and with a net price tag of 300,000 euros. The Maybach may end up a bit less expensive than the Dawn, but we won’t know for sure until U.S. pricing become available. The AMG with its duality, and the Maybach with its singular focus on comfort and refinement. That’s more than a half-second slower than a Maybach, but still impressive for a vehicle that tips the scales at 5,644 pounds. Moving over to the Continental GT Speed Convertible, the twin-turbo, 6.0-liter W-12 delivers more horsepower than the Maybach’s V-12 thanks to the company’s 2017-model-year update, which upped the oomph from 626 to 633 horses. With starting prices ranging between $173,000 and $202,550, the 2020 range of Mercedes-Maybach cars go up against the likes of the 2020 Bentley Flying Spur and the 2020 Rolls-Royce Ghost. The rear-hinged doors are a nice, unique touch compared to everything else on the market. The four-seater Mercedes-Maybach S650 is based on the open-top S-Class, drawing plenty of design cues from the likes of the S-badged cabrios currently on offer from the Tri-Star manufacturer. Speaking of which, just like the four-door Maybach, the convertible comes with additional chrome trim above the side skirts and on the rear bumper.