Mercedes created an ultra-luxe G-Wagon that only 99 people in the world will be able to buy

Mercedes unveiled the next addition of its luxury Maybach line — an off-roader that’s more limousine than SUV.

Called the Mercedes G650 Landaulet, the car has a massive amount of space and seats designed to be more comfortable than your bed.

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The Landaulet is the first off-roader addition to the Maybach line, which was revived in 2015 after a hiatus. Mercedes first unveiled the S-Class, pictured below, when it revived the Maybach brand.


The S600 comes with bulletproof glass and a smokescreen generator in case you get in a dangerous situation.

Mercedes' then unveiled its S650 Cabriolet for the Maybach line.


The Cabriolet is a four-seat, drop top convertible that will hit markets this Spring.

That takes us to the latest Maybach car, the G650 Landaulet. The car has almost 2 feet of ground clearance!


Passengers riding in the front sit under a conventional closed roof, but people in the back are under a folding roof that can open for a look at the sky.


There's also a glass partition separating passengers in the rear.


The interior is designed for max comfort. The rear comes with individual seats with inflatable air chambers to improve lower-back support. They also have massage programs designed to mimic a hot-stone massage.

There's even a foot rest!

Passengers in the back also have access to large thermal cup holders that can be set to keep your beverage cool or hot.


It's only natural entertainment would be included in a car geared toward optimising comfort. Each passenger in the back gets a 10-inch, high-resolution screen.


Despite it's limousine-style interior, this car is designed to off-road on any terrain. It's elevated 1.7-feet above the ground and is equipped with a V12 biturbo engine producing 630 hp and 738 lb.-ft. of torque.


Mercedes did not say how much the car will sell for, but if it's anything like the other two cars in the Maybach line, it should push above $US300,000. Only 99 cars will be made and sold in late 2017.


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