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Discussion in 'Mercedes News' started by F1YMS, Aug 17, 2016.
Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 pictures leaked ahead of reveal | Autocar
Looks like a deflated, melted F-Type coupe
So you don't like it lol. It's only a concept, but it is rumoured that they will make it.
I like that it looks like something drawn in the 1920's as a "future car". It could have been penned by a boat designer.
There's also a hint of Jensen Interceptor to the back of it
Looks terrible IMO
I'm seeing a bag of sh!te with the bag removed.
ha ha - very good
I think the side profile is stunning. The front has elements of the current S-Class and the Phantom. The rear clearly has bits of the F-Type, but more AMG GT I think. None of them are bad attributes to have IMO. Bits do look a bit odd, like the front splitter area.
Looks a lot better than the Exelero which looks like it was built for the next Thunderbirds film.
The rear reminds me of an SSK, the front reminds me of a Chinaman under a bit of pressure. Fix that and shift the windscreen forward two to three inches and I think this could be a truly epic design.
Jeez, you lot. Everyone moans that cars look the same and when MB create somthing as bold as that everyone hates it.
I think it looks great - as good as the Excelerro from 10 years ago.
I like it - LOTS. It's going on my wall, I hope they make it - but just not quite as Chinese please!
It is a replacement for this isn't it....
Get rear ended in that and it'll go over your head and rear-end the car in front.
Yeah like that.
Hint of E type at the back.
Hint of Plymouth Prowler at the front.
I very much doubt I will ever be deliberating whether to actually buy one or not though.
I think the original will be very different to the concept.
Yep, Ill be having one of them ....in me dreams ! but luv the design.
Nice motor that is. Lady Penelope would have one too
Always the way - dumbed down.
Some of the concepts I've seen over the years are mind-blowing.
Then they release something that vaguely resembles and usually a disappointment after the concept.