The superior craftsmanship of the Maybach 62 enables a unique chauffeur driven experience of refined elegance and allows one to cocoon oneself away from the world in unparalleled luxury.
Royal Silver Service was the first company in the UK to own and operate the Maybach 62 as a chauffeured car.
Our vehicle cost over £320,000, was customized to our own specifications and includes the fully reclining rear seats with full size foot rest just like you get in first class of an airplane or a private jet. While not as famous as Rolls Royce, Maybach is the vehicle of choice for those who really know their VIP vehicles.
The Maybach 62 was reintroduced in 2003 to redefine the standards in the prestigious vehicle market, continuing the tradition of the legendary Maybach automobiles which were driven by the world elite during the 1920s and 1930s. Maybach represents greatness in a highly elegant manner, a perfect balance of classic and futuristic features that provide a modern stylistic appeal.
The unique elegance and design perfection of the Maybach 62 is equally matched with its technological excellence – unobtrusive yet unmistakable; stylish elegance and the utmost perfection in every detail. Everything a wedding couple could require is provided for comfort, entertainment, communication and the sheer pleasure of travelling in a sound-proof world cocooned from the outside. The larger features inside the rear-cabin include the CD and DVD players, two screens, wireless headphones, a refrigerated compartment and mobile phone unit with two handsets.
In addition, this first class lounge on wheels is exceptionally spaciousness. The large rear doors are the portals to this dignified world; they open to an angle of 85 degrees, so the prefect fabulous wedding shot or video experience inside the Maybach is not a challenge. Two comfortable individual seats invite one to sit down on one of the finest types of leather available, Grand Napa, which recline uniquely into positions previously only encountered within First Class compartments of modern passenger jets. Champagne on ice can be served in either the silver flues or goblets whilst truffles can be eaten on the pull out hand-crafted fine wood tables.