Maybach is back with a vengeance with the new 2015 Merecedes Maybach S600, as highlighted in MotorTrend’s latest Ignition episode.
Mercedes-Benz is bringing Maybach back with a vengeance. In fact, it’s included the name in a new sub-brand: Mercedes-Maybach. There’s now another model in that portfolio: the Pullman S600.
Remember a few months back when all those Mercedes MB-Tex seats were bleeding? We thought we had heard the end of it. Unfortunately, we were wrong.
We’ve got a few more juicy rumors about Mercedes’s plans to add a Maybach SUV into the mix.
Here we have one of the first real reviews of the new Mercedes-AMG GT by the folks over at Drive.com.au or, in other words, the Australians. Inevitably, there are beers, kangaroos, koalas, beers, fist fights, venomous snakes, and women with some of the best accents around in the following video.
When Mercedes announced that it would be developing the AMG Sport Line, it’s safe to say that pretty much everyone with a full-on AMG was a bit ticked.
We just can’t get over how good this Mercedes-Benz 600 looks after a full detailing. Thankfully, the guys who did it took an enormous amount of photos to document the entire experience.
Get ready to start breaking open your piggy banks, or possibly robbing real banks, because the new Mercedes-AMG GT’s price just got leaked.
Speaking at this year’s NAIAS in Detroit, Mercedes North American CEO, Steve Cannon, stated that the Maybach nameplate could be put onto an E-Class in the near future.
If you’re unhappy with your awesomely expensive, ludicrously cushy, German panzer that is the latest S-Class, Mercedes has you covered with the new Maybach.