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If you read through the Mercedes page for this Cabriolet concept, one word you’ll see on the regular is “sensual.” Normally such a description would deliver a series of uncomfortable shivers, like when an old dude in a Speedo offers to apply some coeds sunscreen for her, but, after perusing the shots of this ride, we can think of few better descriptors—well, except for “long as f*ck.” At almost six meters in length, the Mercedes-Maybach 6 Cabriolet is a yacht for the streets. It plays off this aquatic opulence with a “nautical blue metallic” paint job and a white interior that looks plucked from a yacht club and a grill that’s actually inspired by a pinstripe suit. The round rear of the concept is meant to conjure up images of a yacht as well. There’s rose gold trim, Chesterfield furniture, and blue backlighting that all adds to the sensual nature of this boat-inspired car. And while we can’t tell you how many knots it can hit, we can say that its 750 hp engine helps propel it from 0–60 in a measly 4 seconds. No word on whether or not you can expect to park this thing next to you boat any times soon.

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