The ceramic grey Maybach in question features two-tone onyx grey body work, 22-inch silver platinum Kahn RS-XF alloy wheels with original Maybach centre caps, Kahn lowering module and the rather regal sounding ‘4 HRH’ number plate.
This vehicle is a 2007 ‘57’-plate car that has completed 67,721 miles. Fitted with the rear seat entertainment pack, a reversing camera, radar-guided cruise control – in fact, every possible option you can think of nearly – it’s well specified.
The car is powered by a 620hp Mercedes-Benz 6.0-litre twin-turbo V12 engine, which will propel this royal-inspired limo from 0-62mph in 4.9 seconds.
A standard Maybach 57 S costs around £360,000 when new, but one lucky customer could pick up this car at a fraction of the cost – the vehicle is actually priced at £89,875.00. Unfortunately, the 4 HRH number plate is not included. However, the company has over 60 executive registration plates to choose from (link), so you will be spoilt for choice.
This not the first time Kahn has turned its hand to a Maybach. Complete with the same 4 HRH number plate – a special Maybach was designed to mark the 60th anniversary of The Queen’s coronation and the Duchess of Cambridge & Prince William’s wedding day.