The 2016 Mercedes-Maybach S600 represents the apex of Mercedes-Benz opulence and technology for those who can afford it's astronomical asking price.
German luxury car maker Maybach traces its roots back to 1909, and was bought by Daimler-Benz in 1960. It produced large luxury sedans rivaling those of Rolls-Royce. However, the brand was retired in 2013, and now appears as a variant of Mercedes-Benz models under the name Mercedes-Maybach.
The Maybach name is back, this time attached to the Mercedes-Benz S-Class. It's the Mercedes-Maybach S600, and it's a very nice place to be.
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The Maybach name is back, denoting an ultra-high-end S Class model. Brian Cooley drives it and checks the tech.
Take a ride to the 1-percent side as Brian Cooley takes you on a tour of a Mercedes as spacious as your living room.
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