It was back in May 2010 when German coachbuilder Xenatec unveiled a coupe conversion of the Maybach 57. Not to be confused with the radically styled Exelero one-off from several years before, the 57SC largely maintained the lines of the original car while adapting the body to the sleeker coupe profile.

When Xenatec introduced the car, the plan was to make 100 examples. However, now we’re hearing only six were ever made, and one of them recently stopped by Topaz Detailing. The high-end detailer from London had the pleasure to work on what could easily pass off as a 57 Coupe straight from the ill-fated Maybach standalone brand.