2005 Maybach Exelero.
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June 30, 2005.
The Maybach high-performance show car "Exelero" was unveiled to the world for the first time this afternoon in the Tempodrom in Berlin. The 700-hp two-seater with a V-12 biturbo engine is a unique custom model produced for Fulda Reifenwerke, which is using the Maybach Exelero as a reference vehicle for a newly developed generation of wide tires.
The German manufacturer of luxury cars built the unique model as a modern interpretation of its legendary streamlined sports car from the 1930s, thereby forging a link with the historical predecessor, which at that time was likewise based on a powerful Maybach automobile (SW 38) and used by Fulda for tire tests.
The Exelero embodies the highest expression to date of the Maybach individualization strategy of offering specific custom solutions on request. In initial tests on the high-speed track in Nardo (Italy), the unique vehicle reached a top speed of 351.45 km/h (FIA*-standard unit of measurement). Developers at Maybach designed the custom model with the participation of students from Pforzheim College. The Exelero was built by the prototype specialists at Stola in Turin (Italy). There are no plans to produce the model in series.
Specifications of the Maybach Exelero.
Engine Type: Twelve-cylinder V-engine with twin turbochargers
Displacement: 5,908 cc
Power output: 515 kW/700 hp at 5,000 rpm
Max. torque: 1,020 Nm at 2,500 rpm
Wheelbase: 3,390 mm
Length: 5,890 mm
Width: 2,140 mm
Height: 1,390 mm
Fuel tank capacity: 110 liters
Curb weight: 2,660 kg
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