Ah yes. Unlimited luxury packed into a Mercedes monster machine the way Rick Ross raps about in some of his songs. Recall that not long after Maybach Music took over Rick Ross’ career, Mercedes decided to pull the Maybach brand off the market. Was it a peculiar coincidence? Who knows. But anyway, as Car and Driver says:
the 2016 Mercedes-Maybach S600 charts a difficult middle course. It’s not a frantic supercar, nor is it a numb isolation chamber on four wheels. Instead, it indulges each of the five senses in considered doses. Of course, the new Maybach isn’t a car for people who merely have their names on parking spaces. It’s a $190,275, 523-hp, twin-turbo V-12–powered leviathan for the titans who have their names on buildings, especially in China.