Last year, Mercedes-Benz revealed the Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 concept, the closest thing you could get to a luxury yacht for the road, and now the German carmaker is back with the convertible version. This year Mercedes-Benz showed off an incredibly luxurious auto called the Mercedes-Maybach 6 Cabriolet.
At a private estate on Pebble Beach Golf Course in Carmel, Calif., Mercedes-Benz unveiled its latest concept auto: the Mercedes-Maybach Vision 6 Cabriolet.
The new device is an electric vehicle, the power up to 750 horsepower. The interior is also covered with white Nappa leather with interwoven gold thread and illuminated in a cool, blue light. A wooden floor inlaid with aluminum underscores the yachting connection. 24-inch light-alloy wheels feature a center lock, which is painted rose gold. Another cabin highlight is the floating, transparent centre tunnel which visualises the drive system's electrical energy flow by the means of blue fibre optics. By way of contrast, classic round dials, such as the instrument cluster, are positioned prominently. The touch controls and navigation are linked to a voice-activated concierge system, as well as appointment calendars while the seats can monitor the vital functions of the occupants, per Stuff.co.nz.More news: CBS2 Friday Afternoon Weather Headlines
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The latest generation of biometric sensors record the state of mind and health status of the passengers. Thanks to its four compact permanent magnet synchronous electric motors, it features all- wheel drive. Instead of the usual petrol engines, this time it is equipped with four highly efficient electric motors which when combined produces an wonderful 740 horsepower which is impressive for an Electric Car.
The Mercedes Maybach 6 Cabriolet concept according to the engineers can go from 0 to 60 miles per hour in less than 4 seconds. A five-minute charge could allow the luxury auto to run for up to 60 miles, which suggests that it would take 30 minutes to completely charge the vehicle.