'The 2005 Maybach 62 Is Fit For Even The Donald Himself'

Or a king. Whatever floats your boat, party people.

There are a few reasons to watch this video, but the number one reason is to see a Maybach go through a slalom, do a burnout, and wiggle under braking as a small town comes to a stop.


Just look how long it is! When it goes through the slalom, the nose is three cones in front of the rear of the car.

This might also be one of the first ties I've heard someone be complimentary of the Maybach's looks, instead of calling them S-Class derivative. Good for you MotorWeek, you keep on bein' you!

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Daimler-Benz would have been better off keeping this car under the Mercedes brand, and marketing it like a modern successor to the 600 Pullman of the 1960's.