The car was exhibited at the Rubell Museum in Miami, Florida. The exhibition is a tribute to Virgil Abloh, a designer who passed away last week. At the request of his family, the producer shared with the audience the fruit of the artist’s work, which is Project Maybach.
The two-door electric coupe combines the features of an off-road car and a luxury limousine. The glass cockpit was armed with an external safety cage with a place for luggage on its top. There are solar panels on the mask that allow you to charge the batteries. The body shape, especially the characteristic angular fins at the rear and front, is reminiscent of a Rolls-Royce. The size of the car is also aristocratic – the body is almost 6 meters long.
The interior, just like the body, was finished in a sand-beige color. The attention is drawn to the spacious armchairs that can be folded, thus creating something like a couch. It all adds up to the vision of a car for travelers who, even in difficult conditions, do not want to give up luxury.
Virgil Abloh was a designer, architect, stylist, DJ and music producer. He died on November 28. He was 41 years old.