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Maybach Xenatec 57S Coupe based on the Maybach 57S sedan

Maybach Xenatec 57S Coupe based on the Maybach 57S sedan.


Maybach Xenatec 57S Coupe based on the Maybach 57S sedan



The conversion of the Maybach 57S Coupe named Cruiseroform was made from the company Xenatec. There is a rumor that the company is bankrupt, but we think that this is not why you stop appreciating their creation. So we want to present these close-up photos of the amazing machine. This is an ultra-luxury coupe cruising the famous F1 race circuit streets of Monaco.
This is based on the Maybach 57S sedan, and the Xenatec produced only 8 of the 100 units planned according to reports. The price of the car is €675,000 ($928,732) and had the blessing of Maybach as they honored the model’s original warranty.



Maybach Xenatec 57S Coupe based on the Maybach 57S sedan


Maybach Xenatec 57S Coupe based on the Maybach 57S sedan



While converting the sedan to a coupe the guys from Xenatec pushed the B-pillar back 508mm or 20 inches, and increased the curvature of the roof by installing more rakish A- and C-pillars, sail panel into quarter panel. In the process of making this conversion the doors, side sills, front fender and rear quarter panels had to be re-fabricated. So the result is amazing. It is a sleeker and sportier vehicle. In the same time there are some changes of the interior and it is upgraded even beyond Maybach’s high standard, but without sacrificing the quiet, conservative nature of the vehicle.



Maybach Xenatec 57S Coupe based on the Maybach 57S sedan

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