Posted on: Aug 26, 2012 | 36,871 reads

Coupe-Converted Maybach with Outlandish Office-K Style

Maybach might be gone, but they are most certainly not forgotten.
Xenatec's coupe-converted Maybach 57S by itself is a unique work of automotive art, however until the eccentric tuning firm of Office-K Tokyo gets their ornery mitts on it, it just isn't outrageous enough. Well that just happened and a set of 24-inch Forgiato wheels typifies their desire to create cars that garner large amounts of attention on the roads. Starting with Xenatec's work on the Maybach 57S, the German coachbuilder essentially turned the now-retired limousine into a 2-door coupe.
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Office-K then added some LED daytime running lights and one very powerful 8,000k high-intensity lamps. The centerpiece of the Japanese firm's work rests on the wheel selection, as a set of 24-inch 3-piece Forgiato Dito wheels give the car a very prominent presence. The Maybach brand has bit the dust, so to speak, and it will be replaced in the uber luxury segment by the next-gen Mercedes-Benz S-Class. The big, bulky 57S and its 640-horsepower 6.0-liter twin-turbocharged V12 will certainly be missed by rappers and the wealthy alike, however with Office-K's help you can still freshen up the dated ride.
Coupe-Converted Maybach with Outlandish Office-K Style
Coupe-Converted Maybach with Outlandish Office-K Style
Coupe-Converted Maybach with Outlandish Office-K Style
Coupe-Converted Maybach with Outlandish Office-K Style
Coupe-Converted Maybach with Outlandish Office-K Style
Coupe-Converted Maybach with Outlandish Office-K Style
Coupe-Converted Maybach with Outlandish Office-K Style
Coupe-Converted Maybach with Outlandish Office-K Style
Coupe-Converted Maybach with Outlandish Office-K Style
Coupe-Converted Maybach with Outlandish Office-K Style



 
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