2014 L.A. Auto Show: Highlights

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Mercedes-Maybach S600
In the early 2000s Mercedes introduced an ultra-luxurious sedan wearing the legendary brand Maybach. With prices starting around $350,000, the Maybach never reached the expected sales numbers and was discontinued several years ago. Fast forward to 2014 and Maybach is back — but this time rather than building an all-new platform, Mercedes has smartly made the Maybach a variant of its already impressive S-Class line. At almost 18 feet long, the Mercedes-Maybach certainly makes a statement.
While its 6.0-liter biturbo V12 makes over 500 horsepower, the M-M S600’s passengers will be more enamored with its opulent rear seat. Two executive seats recline and provide lucky passengers with a footrest, massagers, heating and cooling and a very soft pillow built into the head restraint. Dual-zone climate control keeps each passenger comfortable, and the rear console can be equipped with thermal cupholders to keep drinks hot or cold. Tables also fold out like those found on an airplane in case you feel the need to get some work done.

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