Xenatec has revealed that it plans to bring the new Maybach 57 S-based Coupe to fair city of Geneva, but not to the coveted 2011 Geneva Motor Show. This new coupe will be publically debuted at a specially built pavilion in the gardens of "La Reserve" hotel on the banks of the beautiful Lake Geneva. The decision is probably as a result of the fact that Maybach is already presenting at the show.
The coupe will be a customer-specified model built exclusively for Xenatec designer Fredrik Burchhardt. It will sport a special two-tone paint job, with the matte finish applied by hand. Inside, the interior is fitted with upholstery made of mid-brown buffalo hide combined with dark nappa leather, all of which is hand-stitched. The power comes from the same 6.0-liter V12 engine from the Maybach 57 S, which can develop 612-horsepower. The starting price for the world's longest coupe is set at €675,000 ($929,000).