A new car from Mercedes' Maybach division is designed for wealthy consumers in China, where EVs are favored

Mercedes-Benz debuted a concept for an electric crossover car designed for wealthy customers in China. It features four-wheel drive and a lavish interior complete with white leather seats, ebony wood and rose gold accents, and it is equipped with tea service—taking luxury to a whole new level.

This unique car, known as the Vision Mercedes-Maybach Ultimate Luxury, is a part of the auto maker's Maybach brand—the ultra-high-end division of Mercedes—and enables passengers to simply push a button and have tea pot, cups and wooden tray at their disposal.

Because of China’s extremely strict vehicle regulations, which favor EVs, there is a market for luxury cars that meet emissions requirements. 

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Mercedes-Benz debuted a concept for an electric crossover car designed for wealthy customers in China. It features four-wheel drive and a lavish interior complete with white leather seats, ebony wood and rose gold accents, and it is equipped with tea service—taking luxury to a whole new level.

This unique car, known as the Vision Mercedes-Maybach Ultimate Luxury, is a part of the auto maker's Maybach brand—the ultra-high-end division of Mercedes—and enables passengers to simply push a button and have tea pot, cups and wooden tray at their disposal.