Maybach 57 by Couture Customs

20 Sep 2013 6:00 pm | Cars, Maybach

It seems Arizona aftermarket specialist Couture Customs is stuck in the past; that would be the only reasonable reason they chose to develop a new aftermarket program for the Maybach 57 – a species that is extinct and has been for a while now – and fiddle around with supreme luxury and extravagance. The question is: did they need a reason?

I’m sorry to say, but I think there’s some thinks on the planet that shouldn’t been touched or fiddled with – like, say, your mother’s breasts (or mine, for that matter). Such is the case with brands established as being the ultimate in spoiling its customers, in any and every way possible.

Maybach is one of the few in that elitist group that needs no introduction; what it needs is hope. Still, this particular Maybach 57 is actually the facelifted 2010 version; initially! Couture Customs’ Maybach 57 is powered by a 6.0 liter V12 engine – 543 hp and 664 lb-ft of torque – which enables it to accelerate from 0 to 62 mph (100 km/h) in 4.9 seconds.

The Maybach was wrapped in a Frozen Grey matte foil, featuring a Rich Black leather interior and trim parts made of various exotic wood veneers. The black rims and smoked tail lights can only add to the exotic and dramatic character of the high-end saloon.

The equipment list of this Maybach 57 couldn’t have been short, or cheap, and includes – but is not limited to – 6-piston brake calipers, LED lights, champagne holders, and a state-of-the-art sound system. There’s no doubt Couture Customs will quickly managed to find someone to purchase this bad boy – any mobsters reading this post? The customized Maybach 57 hasn’t got a price tag, yet. I’m quite sure that they can afford it.

 

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