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Maybach Reviews

Maybach

Maybach, Germany's storied maker of opulent automobiles, can trace its roots to the jet engine manufacturing company founded by Wilhelm Maybach and his son Karl in 1909. While the Stuttgart-based badge eventually abandoned the aeronautical industry, the emphasis on high-powered performance engineering remained at the company's core. Revived by Daimler AG after a nearly 40 year hiatus in 1997, Maybach occupied an exclusive niche in the corporation's lineup, producing some of the most sought-after luxury sedans in the world. Unfortunately, the Maybach badge was discontinued in 2011 due to flagging sales and low consumer demand for the manufacturer's brand of ultra-high-end passenger cars.

AUGUST 2011

Maybach 57
In the 57 sedan, Maybach pairs a high-performance powertrain with an ultra-luxurious "living room," replete with Champagne flutes and a rear refrigerator, for the ultimate high-class driving experience.

A three-quarter front view of a Maybach 57 sedan


FEBRUARY 2007

A three-quarter front view of a Maybach Exelero Concept

Maybach Exelero Concept
The Maybach Exelero is a one-off concept vehicle that showcases parent company Mercedes-Benz's ultimate high-performance technology in a stunning design.Costing an estimated $8 million to build, the Exelero looks like something driven by a superhero — and it has the engine to match.


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