Maybach unveils new ‘Night Series’ package

The Maybach Night Series package will be available for the EQS SUV, S-Class and GLS, with each model featuring its own unique design signatures.

by | Published on 24th May 2023

Maybach is leaning into the dark side with a new trim package it calls the ‘Night Series’.

The subdued styling option, which features both exterior and interior elements, will be available for three Mercedes-Maybach series models.

The changes include elements in dark chrome, rose gold details, a new wheel design finished with a dark-glossy Maybach pattern, as well as interior herringbone decor.

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Maybach says “flashes of unorthodoxy” play out in both the interior and exterior design details, something which it says will “spark new brand desire among new audiences”.

The Maybach Night Series package will be available for the EQS SUV, S-Class and GLS, with each model featuring its own unique design signatures.

Starting with the EQS SUV, the brand’s newest model, it gets individual headlights adorned with the Maybach emblem in rose gold with dark chrome inserts.

The grille panel gets darkened Maybach pinstripes, while the air intakes in the front bumper are finished with a dark chrome-plated pattern of the Maybach emblem.

The EQS’ exterior also gets black window surrounds, a rear roof spoiler giving it a sportier look, and running boards also finished in black and sporting a dark chrome Maybach emblem. 

The Night Series package for the EQS is available with three paint finishes: obsidian black, MANUFAKTUR diamond white bright, and obsidian black/Mojave silver two-tone.

On the inside, the EQS is carpeted in Econyl and leather that’s vegetable tanned in crystal white or black and black pearl color combination with constrast stitching in dark basalt grey.

There’s herringbone open-pored trim with aluminum pilasters, too.

For the S-Class, the Night Series package includes various paint finishes in grey, black and white hues, as well as an exclusive two-tone paint finish in onyx black/Mojave silver.

Like the EQS SUV, the S-Class gets rose gold and dark metallic chrome elements in the headlights, as well as two visible tailpipes in dark chrome and black.

The luxurious trim of the S-Class is taken to new heights with two interior variants: black with black pearl nappa leather or MANUFAKTUR deep white/black.

Should you choose the black with black pearl nappa leather option, you get golden-grey glossy piping on the seats, too. 

Last but not least is the Mercedes-Maybach GLS which, with the Night Series package treatment, gets a totally revamped front end.

It gets plenty of dark chrome elements, including an upright Mercedes star on the hood, radiator grille, trim parts, and Maybach pattern in the side air intake.

The GLS’ headlights feature rose gold details, there’s chrome on the sides, extendable running boards in dark anodized, and it sits on 23-inch rims with a Mayback pattern.

For the GLS, in addition to a paint finish in a white tone or obsidian black, an exclusive two-tone paint finish in obsidian black/Mojave silver is available, too.

The model also has two interior fittings to choose from: black with black pearl nappa leather or crystal white with black pearl accents. 

The interior is finished off with herringbone decor, and silver pilasters in an open-pored brown finish.

Mercedes-Maybach Night Series package

The Night Series package is now available for the Mercedes-Maybach S-Class.

It will be available for the Mercedes-Maybach EQS SUV when it comes to market, followed by the Mercedes-Maybach GLS in early 2024.

Should you feel that way inclined, there’s a collection of pieces available to purchase inspired by the Night Series package including bags, sneakers and eyewear.



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Adam Gray is an experienced motoring journalist and content creator based in the United Kingdom. Using his media accreditation with motor manufacturers’ press offices, Adam test drives the latest cars and attends new vehicle press launches, producing written reviews and news pieces for supercarblondie.com. Before joining the Supercar Blondie team, Adam was Motoring Editor for Portfolio North magazine, North East Motoring Editor at Reach plc, and provided motoring content on a freelance basis to several lifestyle and business publications in the North of England. When he’s not behind the wheel of the latest car, Adam can be found at his local rink playing ice hockey or supporting his beloved Middlesbrough FC.

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