Mercedes-Maybach unveils Virgil Abloh’s limited-edition S-Class Car News

Mercedes-Maybach has unveiled the latest of its bespoke limited-edition S-Class models as part of Project Maybach, organized in cooperation with Virgil Abloh.

Designed by Mercedes-Benz Design Director Gorden Wagener, the Virgil Abloh’s Maybach is the third collaboration between the German firm and the American designer.

Completed before Abloh’s death last November, the car will be limited to just 150 units.

It features a unique two-tone exterior color scheme, with gloss obsidian black on the upper half of the car, while the lower segment, side flanks and rims feature a sand hue.

A two-tone color scheme continues inside, with the seats, steering wheel, lower dash, doors and ceiling all lined in black and sand nappa leather, inserts and striping.

The floor mats are also finished with a sand colored trim.

The Abloh logo features on the center console, rear cushions, head restraints and door sill panel.

The digital interface features a home button with a unique colored border and a branded logo representing the limited edition. Driver profile pictures can also be embellished with fashion accessories.

Buyers will receive a bespoke wooden box covered in sand-colored nappa leather with the Maybach and Abloh logo. Inside are a 1/18 scale model of the car, two keys and a carabiner.

They also receive a car cover with the Maybach and Abloh logos.

Wagener said, “I’m incredibly proud of the work we’ve created in collaboration with Virgil.

“From the Geländewagen project, which set the benchmark for fashion/automotive collaborations with our iconic G-Class, to the Maybach project, which propelled Mercedes-Maybach’s distinguished heritage into the future, with Virgil, we have truly innovated.

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This notice was published: 2022-04-05 15:47:02

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