Daimler will decide the fate of Maybach by July 1.
The Maybach 62S appears at the 2007 Detroit Auto Show.
In part 3 of my look at cars that NFL players like to drive, we take a look at the newest edition of Mercedes-Benz's Maybach called the Maybach Zeppelin.
Nothing is certain in this world, apart from death, taxes and laptop makers initiating pointless co-branding deals with car manufacturers
CNET Car Tech compares the Maybach Landaulet Study and the Chrysler 300C Hollywood at the 2008 Detroit auto show.
The new S-Class may have stolen its rear end from Maybach, but its own serious brew of new technologies are worth a second look. Plus, Mercedes show it as a big, fat hybrid.
Dan Duncan provides us with a look back at some obscure American metal. This time it's the Lincoln Versailles' time in the spotlight.
Chevy Volt spontaneous combustion is investigated, Toyota and BMW swap tech, Tokyo Motor Show wows us with weird (duh), and Maybach is dead.
Shareholders rename the now-defunct DaimlerChrysler.
Automotive News reports ATX Group's new service for letting driver's dictate text messages.