Although each Landaulet comes standard with a dizzying list of features, buyers meet with a "Maybach Relationship Manager" to customize his vehicle to his specifications and tastes. Some of the standard features include bi-xenon headlamps, 4-zone climate control, adaptive cruise control, a partition to separate the front and rear seats, a rear beverage cooler, high-performance tires, and 20-inch alloy wheels. While customizing this ultra-luxury sedan, the owner may choose to add certain optional features, such as electric sliding fabric curtains (to shut out the sun and prying eyes) or an external communicator. These optional features certainly add to the passengers' privacy and prestige.
Considering the Landaulet costs more than most people's homes, the advanced technological features may be expected. This luxury sedan offers many options for entertainment, including a 21-speaker Bose stereo system with DRO (dynamic range optimization), a DVD player, dual video monitors in the rear seat, satellite radio, an auxiliary audio jack, and a multi-CD changer. Of course, what really distinguishes the Landaulet is the retractable roof, which can open or close in just 16 seconds. Passengers can have the benefits of being outdoors while enjoying the comfort of the elegant interior and technological conveniences.
The Landaulet is a sleek, stunning vehicle, especially with the roof retracted. The cabin is designed with the passengers' comfort in mind; as such, the rear seats retract and include footrests, the bucket seats are heated and adjustable, and the temperature inside the car will automatically adjust to fluctuating outside temperatures. On the rear folding, retractable tables, passengers may choose to do work or use the integrated Bluetooth technology to stay connected to the world outside the sedan. As long as the buyer has the money, he has a wide array of options.