both the Guangzhou and the Los Angeles auto shows in November.
The vehicle is set to cost more than double the 165,000-euro ($228,000) asking price of its current flagship, the Mercedes-Benz S600.
Daimler stopped making bespoke Maybach limousines in 2012 after efforts to sell cars based on a unique design and costing around $380,000 failed to gain traction with clients. Since mid-2012, the number of millionaires worldwide has grown by nearly 2 million.
Daimler also saw double digit growth in China year-to-date, and is preparing to launch a long-wheelbase version of its C-Class compact sedan as well as announcing the production of a sporty four-door all-wheel-drive coupe.
The new coupe SUV will come out mid next year and be built in the company's U.S. plant in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Zetsche said on Sunday.