Following the reveal of the coupe concept last year, Mercedes returned to Pebble Beach with a convertible version of its Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6.
The convertible concept features an electric drivetrain that produces a net system output of 750 horsepower.
Mercedes says the concept is capable of hitting 60 mph in less than four seconds and features a governed top speed of 155 mph.
A driving range of over 200 miles is provided by the battery pack mounted into the concept's floor.
The Mercedes-Maybach is 18.7-feet long.
Inside, quilted Crystal White leather, an open-pore wood floor with aluminum inlays and digital gauges with real needles greet occupants.
The curvaceous drop-top is finished with a Nautical Blue Metallic paint job and rides on new 24-inch center lock wheels.
Styling elements such as the pinstriped suit-inspired grille, arched character line that runs the length of the body and boat tail rear remain from the coupe.
A transparent center tunnel with blue fiber optics displaying the electric drivetrain's energy flow is another one of the concept's highlights.
Addition cabin tech includes dual head-up displays and intelligent navigation featuring a concierge system with advanced voice command capabilities.