Scaldarsi Emperor I, the Mercedes-Maybach S 600 more excessive

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Scaldarsi Motors was born in Canada with one goal: to customize luxury cars in a completely handmade and unique. And surely that will not be appeased by half measures, as demonstrated by its first model: this is the Scardarsi Emperor I, all an ode to excess and ostentation more exaggerated.

Based on the Mercedes-Maybach S 600, the Scaldarsi Emperor I take a personality of its own through a huge and intimidating front grille, which takes up the front almost to the full: the edges of this calender and the side moldings of your body are – plated in 24-carat gold, making it very clear to whom this model.

Nothing of discretion, or of modesty in this Scaldarsi Emperor I, which is far from the elegance and representation of the Maybach S 600 base. The body-original is kept practically without changes, by changing your bumper -the rear with a new diffuser and aerodynamic-, increasing its width of roads, and adopting some alloy wheels of enormous size and design quite debatable.

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The engine is the same as the Brabus Rocket 900, V12 Biturbo source AMG and the 6.2-liter, which reaches the 900 HP: nearly a thousand horses for this elephantine limousine, which allow acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h is completed in 3.7 seconds.

In its interior, the excesses continue to be very present with details in gold, and the customization reaches to 24 types of leather of exotic animals, 24 different colors, or 78 types of wood. The Scaldarsi Emperor I will be building a total of 10 units, at a price that will be close to the 1.33 million euros not including tax.

will Not be the only model of this new signature, since in the future they plan to offer a Emperor II, based on the Mercedes-AMG S 65 Coupe, a Emperor III about the Bentley Bentayga, a Emperor IV on the off-road Mercedes-AMG G 65 and even a Emperor V that will take as a model starting at Bugatti Chiron! Also will customize yachts and private planes, making billionaires with questionable aesthetic taste to feel at home.