Mercedes-Benz has unveiled the most luxurious variant of the Mercedes-Maybach sedan to date. It is called Haute Voiture, in reference to Haute Couture, which is where the designers drew their inspiration from. The sedan received a special body color or richly trimmed interior with Nappa leather, boucle fabric, white faux fur, and rose gold accents.
The hood, roof, and wheel rims received a dark blue glossy finish that blends with a powder-pink shade of the underside of the body.
The same color scheme is applied to the luxurious interior, which makes the show car special: most of the interior is covered with white Nappa leather, and the door cards are finished with boucle fabric with a pattern of blue, beige, and pink colors. The same woven pattern can be seen on the headrests, backrests, and lower part of the seats.
Pink gold accents and fluffy faux fur used in the door cards, cushions, and even mats add extravagance to the decor – whether such an impractical element will get a limited edition product version is unclear. Also, white fur-trimmed bags, come with a luxury sedan.
Designers did not neglect the multimedia system MBUX and “repainted” some elements of the interface in the tone of precious metal in the cabin. The final touch is a pair of champagne glasses in the same gold color.
About the technical “filling” of the Haute Voiture, nothing is reported. Most likely, it got a six-liter twin-turbo V12, as well as a special Project Maybach, created in collaboration with Off-White designer Virgil Ablo. Sales of the limited-edition sedan are due to start in 2023.