One of only 99 built, Offered from the Mercedes-Benz Factory,2017 Mercedes-Maybach  G650 Landaulet

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2017 Mercedes-Maybach G650 Landaulet

Sold for € 1,200,000 (US$ 1,427,520)
One of only 99 built, Offered from the Mercedes-Benz Factory
2017 Mercedes-Maybach G650 Landaulet
Offered directly from Daimler AG with all benefits to be donated to the charity 'Laureus sport for good foundation'


  • 'In view of this being a lot sold for charity Bonhams will be charging zero buyers premium on the hammer price to the successful bidder - full VAT will however be charged on the Daimler AG invoice of the hammer price in the country of registration of the vehicle.'
    Luxury and off-road fun on a new level

    Unmistakably a G-Class

    A masterpiece of automotive engineering: With the Mercedes-Maybach G 650 Landaulet (combined fuel consumption: 17.0 l/100 km, combined CO2 emissions: 397 g/km) the legendary G-Class surpasses itself. It combines luxury with a powerful engine and superior off-road capability like hardly any other vehicle before it. The open-top off-road vehicle unites two traditions: firstly, the Landaulets at Mercedes-Benz have typified open-air exclusivity and the highest level of comfort for over one hundred years. Secondly, the G-Class has been the benchmark for off-road fans since 1979.

    The extraordinary G 650 Landaulet is the first of its kind from Mercedes-Maybach and is limited to 99 vehicles. With its superlative V12 engine, portal axles, electric fabric top and exclusive equipment specification in the rear compartment, this G-Class variant meets the expectations of customers who demand the very highest standards of their vehicle and want their open-top driving to be as exclusive as it is stylish.

    "Today fascination with the G-Class is more prevalent than ever", says Gunnar Güthenke, Manager of Mercedes-Benz G GmbH. "It is a sought-after vehicle as it is forever reinventing itself – and yet remains true to its origins. It was and always will be unmistakably a G-Class, while at the same time offering plenty of opportunities for individual wishes. Our exclusive Landaulet model is the best example of this."

    The G 650 Landaulet surpasses all standards: a length of 5,345 millimetres, a wheelbase of 3,428 millimetres, a height of 2,235 millimetres, almost half a metre of ground clearance as well as ample space and comfort for four passengers. "An off-road vehicle that is out of this world," is how AutoBild put it following the presentation of the luxury off-roader.

    A chauffeur-driven limousine as an off-roader

    This extrovert G-Class represents a unique combination of luxurious chauffeur-driven limousine and off-roader. While the driver and front passenger are accommodated under the closed roof, the rear passengers can enjoy maximum open-air pleasure as and when desired. They climb aboard via an electrically extending side-step, and at the press of a button a large folding top opens to offer a view of the blue sky. The rear passengers enjoy the majestic open-air experience from their single seats within a lounge-like atmosphere, familiar from the Mercedes-Maybach S-Class. An electrically operated glass partition separates the rear compartment from the driver's section. In addition, the glass can be changed from transparent to opaque at the press of a button.

    Thanks to the 578 millimetre longer wheelbase compared to the standard G-Class, the passengers in the Mercedes-Maybach G 650 Landaulet benefit from extensive freedom of movement. In combination with the first-class rear seats, this impression is further enhanced. The electrically multi-adjustable individual seats can be conveniently set to a fully reclined position. The active multi-contour seats with ENERGIZING massage function have inflatable air chambers to provide high seating comfort and excellent lateral support. Massage programmes relax tense muscles following the principle of a relaxing hot-stone massage. In addition, the seats can be ventilated – a relief on strenuous safaris, for example!

    The rear seating concept is augmented by a calf rest, which is freely adjustable in length and swivel range. The rear passenger area strongly resembles the cockpit not only on account of the single seats, but also on account of the passenger grab handles typical of the G-Class as well as a glove compartment for each rear passenger. The other appointments of the G 650 Landaulet leave nothing to be desired. A large business console with thermal cup holders for keeping drinks cool or warm is integrated between the individual seats. The controls for opening or closing the glass partition are installed behind the cup holders. In addition, there is a control panel in the front and the rear.

    In the front, the control panel can be used to control the differential locks, while in the rear the control panel featuring the same look has a button for the interior lighting and two more buttons to open and close the soft top. Similar to an aircraft seat, the centre console comes with two tables, which can be easily folded in or out with one hand. The table tops have leather inserts to provide a comfortable writing surface or to allow the use of tablets and notebooks. The buttons in front of the cup holders regulate the air conditioning in the rear. And great entertainment is always ensured: the cross-member, which holds the glass partition, accommodates two 25.4 cm (10-inch) high-resolution media displays.

    Superior luxury thanks to designo manufaktur

    The luxurious, exquisite character of the Landaulet is emphasised by the high-grade designo upholstery with diamond stitching. This particular vehicle is finished in a most attractive combination of designo mystic white bright exterior, with two-tone designo sand leather interior and a beige hood. As with all G-Classes, the off-roader is produced almost completely by hand in the G-Class manufaktur at Magna Steyr in Graz, Austria.

    "V12 BITURBO" lettering on the front wings points to the ultimate in motive power, the 12-cylinder engine. The radiator grille features a chrome-plated double louvre and a chrome-plated screen. Exclusive "LANDAULET" lettering is worked into the rim flanges of the ceramically polished, 55.9 cm (22-inch) five-star twin-spoke light-alloy wheels. Other exclusive exterior design features include front and rear rock guards, large wheel-arch flares in genuine carbon fibre as well as, mounted on the right at the rear, the spare wheel with integral holder for the third brake light.

    In order to commemorate the very special partnership with the Laureus Sport for Good foundation, this particular vehicle will have a unique "Laureus" badge set into the radiator grille and will be supplied with two silver champagne flutes, engraved with a special message and set into a custom-compartment in the rear of the vehicle.

    As is customary with the off-road icon, the "G" is forever breaking new ground: unlike previous Landaulets, which were based on prestigious saloons, the Mercedes-Maybach G 650 Landaulet also has what it takes to deliver an unforgettable off-road experience. Rock, water or dunes? Not a problem for the extraordinary combination of off-road-tough on the one hand, and gentility on the other. Familiar from the AMG G 63 6x6 and G 500 4x42, the portal axles provide ample ground clearance of 450 millimetres. This allows the open-top all-terrain vehicle to overcome even extreme obstacles in masterly fashion. In contrast to a conventional rigid axle, the wheels are not at the height of the axle centre, but are instead situated much further down on the axle heads owing to the portal transmission. Tyres of size 325/55 R 22 form the ideal basis for perfect handling off-road. Of course it goes without saying that the typical 100 percent differential locks are a key component of this exceptional "G", as well as the low range in the transfer case.

    Mastering the off-road with four-wheel drive

    The combination of the permanent all-wheel drive with the electronically controlled traction system 4ETS, ESP®, the low range gearbox and the differential locks mean that this G-Class is well able to meet off-road demands, while offering on-road driving safety typical of Mercedes-Benz.

    The electronic traction system 4ETS turns on automatically when one or more wheels loose traction and brakes them individually. This simultaneously increases the drive torque on the wheels with sufficient traction. 4ETS directs the drive force to the wheels with the best traction, making snow-covered and icy roads as well as demanding off-road tracks significantly easier to manage. The permanent all-wheel drive is designed for maximum traction and distributes the power to the front and rear axle at a ratio of 50:50.The three 100-percent differential locks bring the drive force to where traction is best. They can be individually engaged while driving.

    The grip of just one wheel suffices for propulsion. The low range ensures maximum traction on difficult ground, for example in mud or sand. It can be engaged via the low range switch in transmission mode N at speeds of up to 40 km/h.

    Superior driving comfort comes courtesy of the most powerful engine available - the Mercedes-AMG V12 biturbo - which delivers a maximum output of 463 kW (630 hp) with a peak torque of 1,000 Newton-metres. The strengths of the 12-cylinder biturbo engine include its effortless acceleration in all speed ranges as well as its refined operation with the distinctive V12 sound typical of AMG. In short: the powertrain allows for a superior and stylish performance. Technical highlights of the AMG 6.0 litre V12 biturbo engine include the aluminium crankcase, a forged crankshaft made of high-quality alloy steel, the multi-spark ignition with twelve twin-spark ignition coils as well as an air-water intercooler with low-temperature circuit.

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    Laureus Sport for Good

    Laureus is a global movement that celebrates the power of sport to bring people together as a force for good. The first Patron of Laureus was Nelson Mandela. At the inaugural Laureus World Sports Awards in 2000, President Mandela said: "Sport has the power to change the world. It has the power to inspire. It has the power to unite people in a way that little else does. It speaks to youth in a language they understand. Sport can create hope where once there was only despair. It is more powerful than governments in breaking down racial barriers."

    This has become the philosophy of Laureus, the driving belief behind all we do.

    Laureus Sport for Good is a registered charity, pursuing a vision of "using the power of sport to end violence, discrimination and disadvantage. Proving that sport can change the world". It supports more than 100 sports-based community programmes in around 40 countries to combat social challenges facing children and young people, such as violence and crime, discrimination, lack of education, unemployment and preventable diseases. The foundation is global leader in research and knowledge-sharing in relation to operating sport for development programmes.

    We keep moving

    To change the world, we need to keep moving! With this in mind, the numerous Sport for Good projects on all continents pursue the long-term and shared goal of boosting children's self-confidence and making a contribution to mental and physical health, educational achievement and equality of opportunity. The participating children discover their talents and abilities and develop values such as discipline and single-mindedness – qualities that also help them in their everyday lives.

    Every programme which Laureus Sport for Good supports is addressing at least one of the following six social issues, which are aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals:

    o Health: Enhancing mental wellbeing and
    encouraging healthy behaviour change

    o Education: Increased access to and
    completion of education

    o Women and Girls: Promoting equality,
    empowerment and safety

    o Employability: Developing skills and creating
    pathways to employment

    o Inclusive Society: Creating communities which
    embrace ethnic, cultural and physical differences

    o Peaceful Society: Resolving conflict, promoting
    community peace-building and creating safe

    By supporting the global network of projects, facilitating training programmes covering multiple sports and social issues, and developing tools to track social impact, Laureus has unparalleled understanding, knowledge and access to on-the-ground delivery of sport for development.
    Spreading the message

    Laureus Sport for Good carries the unanimous endorsement of the Laureus World Sports Academy & Ambassadors. The Laureus Academy and Ambassadors are a unique collection of over 200 of the greatest sporting stars from the past and present. All believe passionately in the power of sport to make a difference to our world. The Academy and Ambassadors volunteer their time to support the work of Laureus Sport for Good, using sport as a tool for social change and inspiring young people around the world. What they all have in common is that they serve as an inspiration for young people in their country. The fame of these personalities guarantees public attention and recognition for the projects.

    Mercedes-Benz & Laureus Sport for Good

    Mercedes-Benz is one of the founding partners of "Laureus Sport for Good". Since the foundation was established in 2000, Mercedes-Benz has been supporting and promoting the aims and values of this worldwide non-profit-making programme: to use social sports projects to improve the lives of children and young people who are disadvantaged or suffering from illness. Laureus Sport for Good has become a fundamental element of Mercedes-Benz's social responsibility.

    This off-road vehicle writes history
    The name Maybach goes back to the beginnings of the automobile. It stands for the highest luxury and tradition, combined with high-tech. In 2015, Mercedes-Maybach started a new chapter in the luxury class. Since then more than 15,000 Mercedes-Maybach have been delivered. Thus, every tenth sold car in the S-Class segment was one of the most luxuriously equipped limousines. With the Mercedes-Maybach G 650 Landaulet, the portfolio is complemented by the icon of the off-roader. The G 650 Landaulet underlines the exceptional significance of the luxury brand for the Mercedes brand family with a total of five Maybach vehicle variants to the S-Class sedan, the Pullman and the Cabriolet and the Mercedes-Maybach Vision 6 show car.

    The Landaulet vehicles, whose trademark is the opening fabric roof in the rear, have a long tradition with the Stuttgart-based automobile manufacturer: Already the Benz 25/45 hp of 1910 belonged to this particular vehicle genre. Further famous examples of this exclusive species are the Mercedes-Benz 300 d Landaulet (from 1960), the Mercedes-Benz 600 Pullman Landaulet (from 1964) and the Maybach Landaulet (from 2008).

    The history of the G-Class teems with superlatives and milestones. Since its inception in 1979, it has been the most far-reaching passenger car series in the history of Mercedes-Benz and the starter of all SUVs. The modifications to the iconic design and the driving characteristics of the G-Class have been all the more gentle and reduced since then. After all, this off-road vehicle has always been a bit different: uncompromising in its off-road qualities as well as in its luxurious equipment. Just a G. Thanks to its unmistakably distinctive shape and outstanding technology, the Mercedes-Benz off-road vehicle has acquired a cult status and is one of the most coveted off-roaders on the automotive market. With the new Mercedes-Maybach G 650 Landaulet, the off-road icon proves that the definition of unique luxury can be further enhanced. What's more, the cult vehicle under the SUVs is always reinventing itself, but it shows the potential of the off-road classic produced since 1979.

    The endless history of this icon begins in 1972 with a cooperation agreement between Daimler-Benz and Steyr-Daimler-Puch in Graz, Austria. The concept of the partners does not include a pure off-road vehicle or a four-wheel drive car for the road. In the specification, reliability, robustness and virtually unlimited off-road capability are also available in heavy terrain combined with comfort and safety on the road.

    The endless history of this icon began in 1972 with a cooperation agreement between Daimler-Benz and Steyr-Daimler-Puch in Graz, Austria. The partners' concept was neither a purely off-road vehicle nor an all-wheel-drive passenger car for the road. The required specifications called for reliability, robustness and an almost unlimited off-road capability even in the toughest of terrain, combined with comfort and safety on the road.

    For this reason there were no compromises when it came to technology. This was to be a cross-country vehicle which did justice to the name, and that meant opting for 100-percent differential locks rather than the less sophisticated locking differentials fitted on other cross-country vehicles. Another special feature of the design was the development of an all-synchromesh transfer case which could be engaged while on the move. Likewise, drive to the front wheels could also be manually selected when the off-roader was being driven on the road – a considerable advantage on snow and ice.

    The developers planned to keep to the frame and the body separate, as they ultimately wanted to offer the future G-Class in various body variants. For this reason, a sturdy ladder-type frame has always formed the backbone of the Mercedes-Benz off-road vehicle. In terms of design, the Mercedes-Benz designers consistently adhered to the requirements of an off-roader. Among other things, the body had to offer the driver a good overview, had to be narrow enough to negotiate forest roads and also had to embody the vehicle's unmistakeable, strong character. The result was a clear, striking form which still makes this Mercedes-Benz off-roader an unmistakable sight today. Its hallmark features include straight lines, well-balanced surface proportions, short overhangs as well as square-cut wings, which allow a good view of the surface conditions and extremely precise driving.

    The first model, made from wood, was presented within the company in 1973. The first prototype, a metal construction, was ready in September 1974. A 2.3-litre petrol engine served as the drive system. One year later, two further prototypes followed with short and long wheelbase. In 1975 the decision was also made to commence series production of the G-Class. At the same time it was agreed to construct a new plant in Graz, where the vehicle has been manufactured up to this day, mainly built by hand. For sales and construction of the vehicle, a joint company way created, the Geländefahrzeuggesellschaft mbH, in which Daimler-Benz and Steyr-Daimler-Puch each had a 50 percent share. In 1978, a first prototype specifically for the military was presented. It had a textile roof, a foldable windscreen and removable doors. At the time it was assumed that most vehicles would be equipped in such a manner. However, the majority of customers decided on the closed version, called "station wagon" in international jargon.

    Production of today's G-Class started on 1 February 1979 in Graz. The complete drive system with engine, transmission, axles and steering came from Daimler-Benz, as did large pressed parts. Punched and small pressed parts, as well as the transfer case, were produced by Steyr-Daimler-Puch. At the market premiere in spring 1979, four engine variants with a power spectrum from 53 kW/72 hp to 110 kW/150 hp were available, which were offered as a cabriolet with a short wheelbase as well as a station wagon with a short or long wheelbase.

    In the autumn of 1989, the G-model family gained new members. Alongside the revised original model with the internal model series abbreviation 460, which would from then on remain in service as a work horse, the 463 vehicles, as they were christened, extended the range. They provided technical highlights with permanent all-wheel drive, differential locks on the front and rear axle, which now came as standard, as well as a 100-percent lockable centre differential. In addition, ABS was available as an optional extra. The completely revised interior glowed with additional comfort as well as new seats, interior body trim panels, a centre console, a new dashboard and trim elements in fine wood. hus began an evolution that saw not only the off-road vehicle continually adapt to technical advances, but also steadily expand its circle of potential customers and admirers, emphasising its character as an exclusive vehicle for every occasion. It's not only military of the most diverse countries who are among the G-Class's customers; the off-road vehicle also proves its talent in special-purpose civil variants with police, fire brigades and emergency services.

    Even in extreme sporty situations the G-Class cuts quite the figure. Numerous trophies provide evidence of this. For example, in 1983 Jacky Ickx and Claude Brasseur took first place in the Paris-Dakar rally with a 280 GE. The converted van-type model used for the race had a short chassis and used a body which had been aerodynamically optimised in the wind tunnel and included aluminium components to help keep the vehicle weight low. In addition, the engineers boosted output of the 2.8-litre six-cylinder engine with mechanical fuel injection to 162 kW/220 hp. The G-Model went on to record further motor sports successes with Clay Regazzoni among the drivers at the wheel in the following years.

    Mercedes-Benz has always put in a convincing performance in off-road competition: Rolf and Uwe Seitz were among the drivers who piloted the G-Model to one win after another in the German championship in the years from 1984 to 1992.Rolf Seitz and Heinrich Wangler also won the European trials title in 1988 and 1989 respectively.

    Up until the present day, the G-Class is always part of spectacular expeditions that take it around the world. Extreme sportsman and adventurer Mike Horn is currently on a "Pole2Pole" expedition in the Mercedes-Benz G-Class. In a unique voyage of discovery, Horn aims to circumnavigate the earth – from Europe via Africa, Antarctica, Oceania, Asia, the Arctic and North America back again to Europe. As on his successful K2-expedition in 2015, the Mercedes-Benz brand ambassador will be relying on the legendary off-road vehicle bearing the Mercedes star. In addition, he will cover parts of the route with his sailing boat PANGAEA, on skis and by foot. Mike Horn has been closely connected to Mercedes-Benz since the PANGAEA Expedition from 2008 to 2012.

    Horn embarked on his present expedition in May of last year in Monaco. From there he sailed to Namibia on his expedition boat PANGAEA. The expedition continued in the G-Class through the world's oldest desert, the Namib desert, on the Namibian coast. The route then passed through the Okavango delta in Botswana, the world's largest inland delta, and on to Cape Town in South Africa. From there PANGAEA took him to the Antarctic, which he crossed on skis. After this Mike Horn sailed across the Pacific through the islands of Oceania to Asia. Following a trip through Australia, he is now on his way to New Caledonia. Later on, the G-Class will once again await him in Papua New Guinea for an expedition through unspoilt equatorial forests. A further overland expedition with the legendary off-road vehicle will lead him through the tundra in Kamtschatka, before Horn sets off for the North Pole. The extreme athlete will cross the Arctic and then Greenland on skis and in a kayak. He will then sail back from the world's largest island to Monaco in the PANGAEA.

    The G-Class models are known around the world as "Popemobiles" for Pope John Paul II. The off-road Mercedes-Benz 230 G painted in mother of pearl with a transparent special body accompanied Pope John Paul II on numerous journeys around the world. Mercedes-Benz first made the vehicle available to the Pope for his visit to Germany in late autumn, 1980 – initially as a loan. In 1982 another 230 GE followed that was almost identical in terms of the exterior. Powerful automatic climate control for the rear of the Popemobile ensured pleasant temperatures in sunshine in the Holy Father's compartment, while the system prevented the windows from fogging up when there was rain and high humidity. In addition, various spotlights were built into the sides, floor and ceiling of dome, which could directly and indirectly illuminate the Pope to make him easily visible even in darkness.

    In spring 1993, the long history of the G-Class witnessed one of many high points with the launch of the eight-cylinder 500 GE (177 kW/241 hp) in a small special-edition series of 500 units. In September 1993 the model designations of the off-road vehicles were changed over to the new nomenclature system adopted for Mercedes-Benz passenger car models; the "G" now preceded a three-figure number, and the suffixes "E" (denoting fuel injection) and "D" (for diesel) were dispensed with. At the same time the G-Model was officially named the G-Class.

    Since September 2001 the G-Class has also featured trailblazing handling stability, traction and braking control systems. The all-wheel drive system of the G-Class was perfected by the introduction of the electronically controlled traction system 4ETS as standard.4ETS improves traction when moving off and accelerating on slippery, i.e. wet or icy surfaces: if the wheel speed sensors detect that one or more wheels have lost their grip, they are automatically braked. This increases the power at the wheels with better traction. 4ETS also briefly reduces the engine torque. The Electronic Stability Program ESP® and Brake Assist (BAS) were also included in the standard equipment of the G-Class from autumn 2001.

    A very special model enhanced by AMG was launched to mark the 25th anniversary of the G-Class – the G 55 AMG Kompressor. An eight-cylinder powerpack developing an output of 350 kW/476 hp and 700 newton metres of torque gave the robust off-roader an unprecedented performance, thereby demonstrating the enormous potential that resides in the Mercedes-Benz G-Class. Two years later the engineers at AMG uprated the "Power G" even further, raising output to 368 kW/500 hp.

    In 2006, the off-road vehicle was given a new, ultra-modern diesel engine. The G 320 CDI, which is regarded as one of the best "Gs" of all times by many enthusiasts, has an output of 165 kW/224 hp and features a diesel particulate filter as standard. Its light-alloy V6-engine further increased driving pleasure with its smooth torque curve – both on and off the road.

    In addition, on its 30th birthday in 2009, the G-Class was given new equipment features, which increased interior comfort and exclusivity in particular. The ergonomically optimised front seats now offered more support, while new designs and climatised seats made this veteran even more luxurious.

    New AMG engines, a markedly expanded set of appointments, an even higher quality interior, careful exterior modifications and safety features such as DISTRONIC Plus as well as the parking aid PARKTRONIC ensured further enhancement of the off-roader in 2012.

    A year later, Mercedes-Benz expanded the product portfolio with the G63 AMG 6x6: the three-axle off-road vehicle combines the "best of three worlds" with all the developments of the new G-Class generation, the robustness of heavy off-road vehicles as well as the superior engine technology from Mercedes AMG.

    Those wishing to give their G-Class a particularly special character can make use of the designo manufaktur equipment line, available since 2015.Not only striking paint finishes, but also diverse equipment variants and fine leather upholstery with stylish top-stitching are now available.

    Sales of the G-Class have increased continually since 2009. Thanks to the strong growth rates, the forefather of the SUV achieved a new sales record in 2016 with almost 20,000 units being sold within a year.

    In 2017, the 300,000th G-Class rolled off the assembly line in Graz – a Mercedes-Benz G500 in designo Mauritius blue metallic with black leather seats and contrasting white stitching (combined fuel consumption:12.3 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 289 g/km). Equipped with an Off-Road package including black all-terrain tyres on 16-inch rims and a sturdy roof rack, the anniversary vehicle embarked on a new adventure in the summer. G-Class fans around the world determined the vehicle specifications by voting for their favourite specifications on the official G-Class Facebook page. You can also follow the future road trips of the 300,000th G-Class on social networks.

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  • 'In view of this being a lot sold for charity Bonhams will be charging zero buyers premium on the hammer price to the successful bidder - full VAT will however be charged on the Daimler AG invoice of the hammer price in the country of registration of the vehicle.'
One of only 99 built, Offered from the Mercedes-Benz Factory,2017 Mercedes-Maybach  G650 Landaulet
One of only 99 built, Offered from the Mercedes-Benz Factory,2017 Mercedes-Maybach  G650 Landaulet
One of only 99 built, Offered from the Mercedes-Benz Factory,2017 Mercedes-Maybach  G650 Landaulet
One of only 99 built, Offered from the Mercedes-Benz Factory,2017 Mercedes-Maybach  G650 Landaulet
One of only 99 built, Offered from the Mercedes-Benz Factory,2017 Mercedes-Maybach  G650 Landaulet
One of only 99 built, Offered from the Mercedes-Benz Factory,2017 Mercedes-Maybach  G650 Landaulet
One of only 99 built, Offered from the Mercedes-Benz Factory,2017 Mercedes-Maybach  G650 Landaulet
One of only 99 built, Offered from the Mercedes-Benz Factory,2017 Mercedes-Maybach  G650 Landaulet
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