The leaked images, shown on Carscoops, reveal the car's exterior and interior in full, showing its curvacious body and gullwing doors, as well as a hi-tech cabin that features a full-width head-up display system.
No technical specifications have been revealed, however Mercedes-Maybach has confirmed that the concept car's body is almost six metres long, making it close to 1.5 metres longer than an AMG GT and 80cm longer than an Mercedes-Benz S-Class. It features a large front grille that suggests a large petrol powertrain could be under the bonnet.
The Pebble Beach model is a pure design concept so won’t directly spawn a production car, but its two-door coupé body suggests that the Mercedes-Maybach division will one day start to produce more sporting vehicles.
Currently, the Mercedes-Maybach line-up consists of a single S-Class-based model, the S 600.
Mercedes has been tight-lipped about its plans for Maybach’s future, but sales boss Ola Källenius suggested to Autocar earlier this year that the brand would follow its parent company in the pursuit of a zero-emission future.
He said: “Mercedes is focused on investing tremendous resources into the path towards zero emissions. It’s something that will affect the whole portfolio.”