Originally founded in 1909, Maybach produced ultra luxury cars until World War II brought things to a halt. Mercedes-Benz took over the name in 1997, and today Maybach is back to producing ultra luxurious, exotic sedans at a level of power and sophistication rivaling that of Rolls-Royce and Bentley.
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(2012 - 2004 including exotics and classic cars)
2009 Maybach 57
An ultra-luxury super car, the 2009 Maybach 57 earns its price tag by offering a powerful engine, sophisticated safety features and custom options.
2009 Maybach 57s
As the supercharged version of its namesake, the 2009 Maybach 57s packs even more performance into the ultra-luxury four-passenger sedan.
2009 Maybach 62
Longer and more voluminous than its 57 counterpart, the 2009 Maybach 62 super-luxury sedan is especially tailored for chauffeur requirements.
2009 Maybach 62s
Distinguished as the higher-performance supercharged counterpart of the 62 model, the 2009 Maybach 62s is designed to be a chauffeur-driven ultra-luxury sedan.
2009 Maybach Landaulet
An ultra-luxury convertible, the 2009 Maybach Landaulet features open-air passenger seating in the back, while dividing and enclosing the driver space.