Maybach 57S Models and 57S History

The Maybach 57 S debuted in 2006, offering a larger engine with more horsepower, bigger wheels, sports-tuned suspension and brakes, and signature interior and exterior features that were not offered on the standard trims. The luxury supercar car also saw the addition the Parking Assist System, which now was offered as standard equipment versus optional. A new Business Package was also announced, boasting a rolling office complete with all the amenities. For model years 2008 through 2009, there were no major changes made to the 57 S. Passenger-controlled Bluetooth phone settings were introduced in 2010 for the rear seat passengers. In 2011, the 57 S got an engine boost to the tune of 16 more horsepower, bringing the grand total output to 620 horsepower. Subtle changes were made to the interior and exterior styling as well. The 57 S would carry over through 2012 relatively unchanged.

New and Used 57S Prices, Maybach 57S Model Years and History

With an added boost to performance, the 2011 Maybach 57 S luxury sedan combines all the luxurious elements of the base 57 with a kick of power.
With an added boost to performance, the 2010 Maybach 57 combines all the luxurious elements of the base 57 with a kick of power.
As the supercharged version of its namesake, the 2009 Maybach 57s packs even more performance into the ultra-luxury four-passenger sedan.
The 2008 Maybach 57S is a super luxurious and exotic sedan that offers more power over the 57 thanks to a behemoth 6.0L V12 pushing out 612 hp and 738 lb-ft of torque.
With a more powerful 612 hp twin-turbo V12 under the hood, the exotic ultra-luxurious 2007 Maybach 57S large sedan gains a performance edge over the 57 yet it is just as luxurious and exclusive.
Taking the standard 57, the 2006 Maybach 57S adds a larger V12 to bump output to 604 hp while retaining all the ultra-luxuriousness a Maybach is known for.