Not many miles on it, but still quite expensive.
There were originally going to be 100 units of the Maybach 57S turned into coupes by the German coachbuilders Xenatec. This would have made them pretty rare as it was, but in the end, only eight were produced before Xenatec went under, and now those are even better collector's cars than anticipated. Just one of these made it to Russia, and it is now once again for sale from a dealership specializing in exotics in Moscow.
The car has a little more than 7,000 miles on it, which makes it pretty damn close to new, despite probably being five years old at this point. The price is 739,072 Euros, or $836,860; which is a higher price in euros but a lower price in dollars from when it was new. Since both Xenatec and the Maybach standalone model are both no more, this is the chance for someone with a lot of money to grab up an insanely rare car.