What luxury car would you buy if you had $300,000 burning a hole in your pocket?
Perhaps a Bentley Continental GT or Rolls-Royce Wraith?
How about a Mercedes-Benz Luxury Metris that’s been converted into a faux-Maybach?
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Yes, such a thing exists – we’ve actually seen two for sale from Wiresonly.
The first is a 2020 model, which has a distinct look of the previous-generation Mercedes-Maybach S650 about it.
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To really help sell the Maybach image, it features a custom body kit in addition to new wheels, trim, and black paint.
On the inside, it features a beige leather interior with custom door panels, as well as ‘Flowing Lines” wood trim, and an Alcantara headliner.
The luxury list doesn’t stop there, either.
It’s also got a television partition, refrigerator, control panel, privacy curtains, and a custom power-operated rear seating configuration.
The second Mercedes-Benz Luxury Metris for sale is a 2021 model, which appears to be inspired by the current Mercedes-Maybach GLS 600.
In true Maybach style, it wears a two-tone blue and silver paint job and, like the black model, it also features a custom body kit in addition to new wheels and trim.
Inside, it’s got a tan leather interior with carbon fiber trim, and a custom steering wheel.
Like the other van, it’s got a television partition and privacy curtains, but it also features multicolor roof lighting, double-sided glass partition, and two retractable stowaway seats.
Mercedes-Benz Luxury Metris
There’s no denying both of these vans come well-equipped, but would you drop $300,000 on them when you could get a ‘real’ one for less?
Just to put it into perspective, a Mercedes-Maybach S580 starts at $184,900 and tops out at $233,500.
So, you could purchase a fully-loaded, twin-turbo V8 and still have $66,500 left over to play with.
Perhaps you prefer the Maybach S680 which starts at $229,000 and tops out at $268,410, which still leaves you with $31,590.