Finished in Designo Diamond White Metallic over Porcelain leather, this 2016 Mercedes-Maybach S600 is powered by a 523-horsepower V12 engine mated to a 7-speed automatic transmission. This example shows just under 23,000 miles and is features a variety of high-end Designo options including a dual sunroof and Black Piano Lacquer trim with Flowing Lines. It is being sold on consignment through Exotic Car Trader with a clean title and a clean Carfax.
Visually distinguished from its standard Mercedes counterpart, the 2016 Maybach S600 measures 8.1” longer than a regular S-class and features a subtly restyled body with extra windows behind the rear doors. Many exterior trim pieces are finished in black instead of chrome on this example, including the V12 badges at the front fenders and the Maybach emblems at the hood, trunk, and C pillars. Gloss black 20” 12-spoke wheels are clad in Goodyear Eagle F1 tires. Rounding out the monochrome theme, the tail lights have been tinted. The Designo Diamond White Metallic paint is noted by the seller to be in excellent condition. Inside the cabin, this 2016 Maybach S600 features a monochrome materials suite with Porcelain quilted leather seats and piano black trim. Flowing Lines have been optioned along with Designo floor mats, a dual sunroof, and massaging driver and passenger seats. Rear occupants enjoy reclining heated and cooled seats and personal infotainment screens, while the driver is greeted with a fully digital instrument cluster which incorporates, among other things, the Maybach’s semi-autonomous driving features like Active Lane Departure Assist and Adaptive Cruise Control. The digital odometer displays 22,962 miles at the time of consignment.
The 2016 Mercedes-Maybach S600 is powered by a 6.0-liter twin turbocharged V12 producing 523 horsepower and 612 lb-ft of torque. With generous power on tap, this S600 will attain 60 MPH in 4.7 seconds and complete a quarter mile in 13.1 seconds at 112 MPH. Mercedes’ Magic Body Control adaptive suspension system keeps the ride sublime through all manner of hurried driving, while the 24-speaker sound system washes out the muffled hum of the tires in what Mercedes touted as the quietest car in production at the time it was new.