The 2011 Maybach facelift has made its official European debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed 2010. The vehicle placed at the stand of Mercedes-Benz is a black, right-hand drive 62S version. The upgrades include power improvements and design changes, exterior as well as interior.
On the technical side the Germans increased the power of the 62S. The V12 engine now produces 18bhp more, at 457bhp. The standard models are still powered by the 542bhp engine.
On the otherside a new chrome radiator grille, a redesigned bonnet, a reshaped front bumper, modified door mirrors and a new rear light design are added to the facelift. The car’s length improved up to 11mm and 17mm to its width.
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“The V12 engine now produces 18bhp more, at 457bhp. The standard models are still powered by the 542bhp engine.”
This can’t be right, S models should have more bhp than standart one, schouldn’t they? S Models have 630hp it says on the maybach homepage ,and the normal ones 550hp!