Maybach Killed By Mercedes-Benz; Pour Out A Bottle Of Moet For The Homie

Maybach Killed By Mercedes-Benz; Pour Out A Bottle Of Moet For The Homie
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Mercedes-Benz‘s Maybach luxury brand will be axed, much to the consternation of rappers (pictured above), athletes and insipid nouveau riche types everywhere. While Mercedes had high hopes for the brand, Maybach’s sales have slumped to around 200 units annually, whereas targets called for sales of 1,000 cars per year. Daimler CEO Dieter Zetsche told German… Continue Reading...

Kim Kardashian’s Extravagant Wedding To Provide A Fleet Of Rolls-Royces, Maybachs

Kim Kardashian’s Extravagant Wedding To Provide A Fleet Of Rolls-Royces, Maybachs
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  Kim Kardashian’s star-studded wedding will feature a fleet of white Rolls-Royce Phantom and Maybach 62 limousines, as befitting a celebrity wedding. The Kardashians worked out a deal with Platinum Motorsports (which customizes vehicles for athletes and celebrities like David Beckham) to provide this sterling example of conspicuous consumption, which the company said was not… Continue Reading...

Maybach Adding 62 Guard Model to Protect Those That Need Protection

Maybach Adding 62 Guard Model to Protect Those That Need Protection
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When some other manufacturers announce armored variants of their vehicles, we sometimes wonder why. When Maybach announces an armored variant of their 62 luxury sedan, we wonder what took them so long. The engineers over at Sindelfingen, Germany, equipped Maybach’s 62 with integrated safety systems to suit all the very important people that need protection… Continue Reading...

Maybach’s Future In Jeopardy, Nouveau-Riche May Be Left Without A Vehicle

Maybach’s Future In Jeopardy, Nouveau-Riche May Be Left Without A Vehicle
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The ostentatious among us may be left without a chariot, as Mercedes-Benz is apparently mulling over a plan to kill the under-performing Maybach brand. The first Maybach concept debuted in 1997, a time when the first dot-com bubble was rapidly growing, and a super-luxury car was a smart move for Mercedes. With the 180 degree… Continue Reading...