Maybach 57 S Coupe

Austrian Coachbuilder “DC Dream Cars” brought back Maybach’s glory by building this Maybach 57 S Coupe. There used to be a German company called Xenatec that did something similar, but… Anyway, Austrians did it better and in higher quality than germans. They’ve got all the rights to deliver you your 621HP 6-liter V12 Maybach 57 S Coupe in 3 months.

By the way, both cars featured here are for sale, if you can’t wait:
– the white one has zero miles and is for sale for 1 million Euros / $1.08 million
– the black one has 1000 km and has a pricetag of 590k Euros / $641K

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