Designed by Burch Fred Hardt, the same man who penned the Exelero concept, the coupe features conservative styling and a luxurious interior.

Several months ago we brought you sketches of Xenatec's Maybach 57S Coupe, now the first production model has been unveiled.

Designed by Burch Fred Hardt, the same man who penned the Exelero concept, the coupe features conservative styling and a luxurious interior. As part of the conversion, Xenatec pushed the B-pillar back 508mm (20 inches) and increased the curvature of the roof by installing more rakish A- and C-pillars.

Thankfully, the coupe is supported by Maybach so the vehicle's warranty won't be voided by the modifications. If that hasn't won you over, perhaps you'll be interested in optional extras like body armor and 21-inch alloy wheels.

Production will be limited to 100 units and pricing starts at €675,000 ($923,440).

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