2010 Maybach 57 Values
Select a 2010 Maybach 57 trim level
2010 model year changes
For 2010, there aren't many changes in the Maybach sedan (or saloon, as they call it) lineup. The 62 is still a long-wheelbase version of the 57, and there are still sportier S versions of each model. Two champagne flutes still come standard, as does a rear refrigerator. This year sees larger side mirrors fitted to all models, and Bluetooth connectivity is now available for rear seat passengers. A new Zeppelin model is also available on both the 57S and 62S, which increases power output to 631 horsepower and 739 pound-feet of torque, and adds 2-tone paint, special badges and 20-inch wheels. Also available is a 62S Landaulet, which features a retractable top over the rear seat area.
Understated ultra-luxury; truly top-of-the-line comfort, ride, and power; impeccable appointments include champagne flutes and perfume atomizer
Special features for 2010
When it comes to Maybach, value rarely comes into the equation. With models starting at $358,000, these cars are about luxury. The base 57 and 62 feature V12 5.5L twin-turbo engines that can be upgraded to a 6.0L twin-turbo in the S models. Either way, the chauffeur can pilot a Maybach from 0-60 in less than 6 seconds. Fuel economy is 11 mpg city, 16 mpg highway. Folding tables and fabric window curtains are the kinds of standard equipment a Maybach owner can expect for his or her money.