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The Mercedes-Maybach S-Class is a chauffeur-focused experience with a longer wheelbase than the normal S-Class.

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The Maybach S560 uses the same V8 as the regular S560, with the same output.

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The Maybach S650, however, brings a 523-horsepower V12 to the party.

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The S650 is rear-wheel drive, whereas the S560 is all-wheel drive.

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Both Maybachs include an incredibly spacious rear seat.

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The rear seats can recline up to 43 degrees.

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The Maybach twins also include an extended leather package and more ambient lighting.

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They also happen to be extremely expensive, even by S-Class standards.

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The Maybach S560 will be on sale by the fall, with the S650 arriving later in the year.

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