Worth every penny or seven-figures of sorry?
Miami's Knight Luxury has revealed a comprehensive makeover for the Maybach 57S. Dubbed the "Sir Maybach Project," interested parties will need to have in the region of $1 million to drive away in the ultra-luxurious ride. Up front, the 57S wears a carbon-fiber hood and LED DRLs, while the back end boasts a tailgate spoiler and carbon-fiber diffuser. Carbon fiber has also been used on the A-, B- and C-pillars, as well as the engine cover and air filter boxes.
Other exterior mods include a set of 24-inch three-piece alloys housing white calipers, an electronically-adjustable suspension, LED underbody lighting, and a custom quad sports exhaust that raises output of the AMG twin-turbo V12 from 612 to 712 hp. The interior is pure luxury. 28 parts were replaced with white-painted carbon-fiber parts and 39 parts with a black carbon-fiber finish. There's a leather-wrapped carbon-fiber-look dashboard, embroidered logos, diamond stitching and a leather/Alcantara headliner. The cabin also comes kitted out with two iPads, Apple TV, a new sound system, dashboard camera, GPS tracking module and UV black light.