...“to create only the very best from the very best” - Wilhelm Maybach
This is a goodbye story for one and only haute sports car - Majbach.
If you are prospective Maybach buyer, the clock is ticking for you. After almost a decade of not turning a profit, Daimler announced that production of Maybach will cease by 2013.
Manufacturer Daimler has decided to stop making the extremely high-end rides because they’ve failed to turn a profit since the relaunch in 2002. Instead, the company will focus on their Mercedes line or “the cars that are actually selling.”
If you love the Maybach wheels, you will definitely love these shades as the arms of the frames will have the Maybach logo as well as the metal that imitates the door sill panels, while the piano lacquer on the wood and carbon fiber arms resemble the finish of the trim strips of the Maybachs’ interior.
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|The Star I - Solid Titanium Ruthenium plated|
The Duke II - Solid Titanium Platinum Plated, Brushed
The Monarh II - Solid Titanium Platinum Plated