Shortened Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 Concept Rendering Makes It Look "Normal"

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Photo: middlefingerboss on Reddit
Just when we though the Mercedes-Maybach 6 Concept madness had started to fade away, we came across the rendering you can see here, which pictures the lavish concept as a... normal car.
That's right, we're dealing with a shortened version of the big six, one that came to our attention thanks to Reddit's wonderful ways - pixel tip to Redditor middlefingerboss.

And while we obviously don't have the virtual dimensions of the coupe seen here, we'll remind you the actual Maybach two-door sits at 5,700 mm (224.4 in) in length, 2,100 mm (82.6 in) in width, and is 1,328 mm (52.2 in) tall.

Given the fact that the shortening job has targeted the humongous hood, the two-plus-two seating layout of the 6 shouldn't be affected.

Oh, and by the way, if the pixel rearrangement we have here might seem a bit off, this means you haven't seen some of the Mercedes-Maybach 6 renderings we showed you in the past - how about a pickup truck whose bed only adds to the already plebeian-repelling length of the vehicle?

Heck, compared to that one, even the Cabriolet render, which portrayed the machine as a Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe rival seems (almost) normal.

Then again, given the fact that the German automaker actually treated us with a drone (you know, a remote-controlled machine), as we've shown you after its Pebble Beach appearance back in August, should mean we can throw any preconceptions away and let our pixels play freely.

Factor in the electric powertrain of the thing, which allows for an easier package and, once again, the idea of playing with the design seems alright.

Fantasy aside, here's to hoping this concept is a sign of Mercedes-Benz actually giving the Maybach brand a proper revival - we'll remind you that Mercedes-Benz first tried to bring back the lavish M brand between 2007 and 2013, so we are now witnessing the second comeback of the marque.
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