Cars That Stand the Test of Time

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Mercedes-Maybach Today
The Maybach name has now claimed an appropriate place in the Mercedes-Benz lineup as the top-level trim of the S-Class — the latest version being the 2022 Mercedes-Maybach S 680. Based on an all-new S-Class, the Maybach features design cues that set it apart including a grille with Maybach lettering and vertical three-dimensional trim strips. Riding on a wheelbase 7 inches longer than the standard S-Class, the Maybach S-Class has longer rear doors, a more upright C-pillar and an illuminated Maybach emblem on those pillars. As expected, the interior is ultra-luxurious with rear-seat passengers enjoying one of 10 massage programs, a leg rest with calf massage, a footrest and neck / shoulder heating and a high-end entertainment system. With a 621-horsepower V12 under the hood, the Maybach is also the most powerful model in the S-Class lineup.

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