Two Mercedes-Maybach GLS 600 SUVs turned heads after being spotted on car-carriers at Lagos port.
The high-riding SUVs are likely on their way to a car dealership or a new owner.
GLS 600 is Mercedes’ most luxurious production SUV money can buy.
It is Daimler’s answer to the ultra-lucrative SUVs from Rolls-Royce and Bentley.
Two Mercedes-Maybach GLS 600 SUVs recently turned heads at a port in Lagos while sitting behind car-carriers and probably on their way to a car dealership.
This sighting comes nearly two years since Daimler took the super-luxury SUV segment by storm by unveiling the private jet-like Mercedes-Maybach GLS 600 4MATIC.
Mercedes-Maybach GLS 600 is Mercedes’ most luxurious production SUV money can buy. It is Daimler’s answer to the ultra-lucrative SUV segment that is solely dominated by British automakers, Rolls-Royce and Bentley.
The high-riding Maybach-badged vehicle also comes with its own distinct features. These includes its ability to lower down to make for a more graceful entry or exit when the rear-doors are opened.
Among its standard luxury interior features are heated and ventilated massage seats, an electronic panoramic sliding sunroof with an opaque roller blind and a seven-inch tablets.
Other features includes wireless charging station, heated and cooled cup holders and Rear-seat options like fixed center console, a folding table and a refrigerator.
Add these to the range of normal GLS features like the Apple CarPlay; Android Auto; a 64-color ambient lighting system; nine USB ports and a Burnmester sound system.
Powering the GLS 600 is a 571 horsepower hybridized power train that takes the SUV from zero-to-60-mph in 4.8 seconds. It has an electronically limited top speed of 130 mph.