As i was driving in Scottsdale AZ i saw a LONG Mercedes like car fly acroos a intersection. I knew what it was just by looking at it. I turned down the road and chashed it down and it was a Maybach 57 or 62. It's price of $308,000 implies that only a few people will own a Maybach 57; fewer still, the $357,000 long-chassis 62. Small chabges at Maybach for 2005, but change is irrelevant when you design the entire car yourself; every lucky customer's car is tailored to his exact desires. Nothing succeeds like excess, and the list of standard features makes most luxury homes look dated. Proletarian amenities include a DVD player and TWO screens, while the longer, ultra-lux 62 boasts individual rear seat recliners with massagers. Comfort, however, has not eclipsed performance: the 5.5-liter, twim turbo V-12 will get you down the road in a hurry.
0-60 MPH in 4.9 Seconds. from 60-0 in 121 feet is goo stoping for 3 ton car.