For Sale Maybach Excelero Based Stola Coupe

A rather unique luxury vehicle is for sale via Jameslist. The Maybach Excelero shown on the picture is based on the Stola Coupe concept car.

Presented for the first time at the Geneva 2007 show, this Stola Phalcon Coupé is a bespoke luxury coupé limited to only 25. Stola is an Italian coachbuilding company established in Turin in 1919. They are also responsible for the bodywork of the 2005 Maybach Exelero.

The Phalcon Coupé was made possible by the contribution of Brabus, Alcar and Pirelli. The car is powered by a Brabus tuned Mercedes 6,3L V12 biturbo which offers 750hp and a torque of 1,320Nm (electronically limited to 1,100Nm). This is the same engine which powered the Brabus Rocket. Therefore the Phalcon Coupé boasts a top speed in excess of 330km/h (200mph).

The vehicle is for sale by Auto Portrait. The asking price is available upon request. This car is in Italy.


  1. Asking price is available upon request and if you need to ask, you cant afford it. ugly thing too, can it be called overkill please just put it and the other 24 out of their misery

  2. Let’s be clear – Stola is NOT responsible for the Excelero. The Excelero was designed by a design student and that fact is clearly documented. He’s drawings prove this. Secondly, the Excelero was beautiful and this is not.

    Here is what Maybach has to say on the issue:

    “The car’s design was the result of a competition amongst students at the Pforzheim Polytechnic Department of Transport Design, which has worked on show vehicles for Fulda in the past. The design of 24-year-old Fredrik Burchhardt was chosen, and his work was co-ordinated with that of the Maybach design centre in Sindelfingen.”

    Stola, Stola…..shame you, for trying to mislead folks into buying this lump of coal.


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