Mercedes Maybach S600
Because sometimes people don't know when to quit.
They don't come any bigger than this: the new 21-foot-long Mercedes-Maybach S600 Pullman, revealed live at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.
The new flagship of Mercedes' flagship range is longer than the previous Maybach 62, longer than the Phantom EWB and longer than just about anything else on the road. The next time you see one, you'd better salute the king or president bound to be riding inside. Little flag poles on the front fenders not included.
Mercedes-Benz is relaunching its failed Maybach ultra-luxury division – sort of. This 2016 Mercedes-Maybach S600 inaugurates a new sub-brand with a suddenly reasonable-sounding price tag. We drive it and let you know if it still feels like big money.
Mercedes-Benz has priced out its princely Maybach S600, giving the ultra-luxurious sedan a sub-$200K price tag.
The Mercedes-Maybach S600 is a car made for a town like Los Angeles, which so thoroughly enjoys excess. We're not only discussing the new car's wildly opulent interior, which is arguably the nicest ever fitted to a car with a Silver Arrow on its nose, but its mechanicals. Mercedes-Benz's engineers have had as much of a field day with the greasy bits of the Maybach S600 as the designers did with the cabin.
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If insider sources are to be believed, Mercedes-Benz is getting ready to launch the most expensive luxury sedan on the market next year in the form of the S-Class Pullman armored car for $1 million. If it's too flashy for you, then Mercedes is also reviving the Maybach name for an even longer wheelbase variant of the S-Class.
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