Bit by bit, more of the Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 is teased since the first teaser images were released. This time it’s been revealed to have gullwing doors, which haven’t appeared on a production Mercedes-Benz since the SLS. At its rounded rear, the Maybach 6 wears a set of slim tail lights, appearing to be a variation of the designs found on the SLS and the AMG GT models.

This is in addition to the visual cues previously seen in the earlier teaser, where the vertically slatted grille is a nod to earlier iterations of the Maybach, while along the sides are a pair of slim rear-view cameras increasingly commonplace on concept cars, which take the place of conventional rear-view mirrors.

As the name implies, the Maybach 6 is approximately six metres long, making it at least at imposing as the Maybach Exelero from over a decade ago, and the luxury concept coupe can be expected to have a large-capacity, V12 twin-turbo powerplant as befitting the luxury marque.

Its likelihood of reaching production is still yet to be determined, however it could be a preview of a coupe with more luxury than in Mercedes’ current lineup – putting it above the S-Class Coupe – placing it against the likes of Rolls-Royce and Bentley.

The Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 concept is set to make its debut tomorrow at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.