It didn’t take lengthy till the Mercedes’s most outrageous venture but confirmed up in a video. It’s the Undertaking Maybach off-roader coupe with an exterior roll cage and dual-tone physique, starring in Drake’s newest video, “Sticky”.
Sticky is Drake’s newest single off his “Truthfully, Nevermind” album. Drake exhibits up by the lakeside carrying fishing gear. The Undertaking Maybach x Virgil Abloh is a part of the prop. Drake additionally posted a photograph of the idea parked by the lakeside and hidden below a automobile cowl (see put up under).
For these unfamiliar with the weird silhouette of the idea, it appears subsequent to unimaginable to guess what’s beneath.
Mercedes unveiled the outrageous idea final December, on the Rubell Museum in Miami, Florida. Virgil Abloh by no means bought to see it. Louis Vuitton’s inventive director handed away on November 28, on the age of 41. When revealing it, Mercedes described it as a two-seater battery-electric off-road coupe, combining Gran Turismo proportions, giant off-road wheels and distinctive attachments.
The model stretches for five.9 meters (236.2 inches), taking on loads of area. A number of area it ought to present on board as nicely, within the futuristic cabin.
All of those are in Drake’s newest video, directed by Theo Skudra, a visible artist who has been working with him for years. The four-minute video reveals the approach to life of the rapper.
Drake, a Mercedes fanatic for years
Drake has reportedly been the proprietor of a number of Mercedes-AMG-branded model. So it is just regular to go excessive with the jaw-dropping Undertaking Maybach. Through the years, his storage has hosted a Mercedes-Maybach G 650 Landaulet and a Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupe, amongst others. As a result of, in line with the “Sticky” track, “You know the way sticky it get” when you get your arms on an AMG.
The video dropped on August 2nd and is at the moment inching nearer to a few million views.