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Latest model: Maybach Zeppelin 2010
Maybach Zeppelin 2010The Maybach make is bringing out the new Maybach Zeppelin to spearhead its luxury saloon model range. The new model, which is receiving its premiere at the Geneva Motor Show, introduces the absolute zenith in the high-end luxury saloon segment. This makes it a worthy successor to the legendary Maybach Zeppelin, which was revered worldwide as the ultimate in high-class auto engineering in the 1930s. The hallmark features of the new Maybach flagship's original sense of style include a stunning paint finish, featuring a shoulderline in a contrasting colour, as well as the exquisite, meticulously crafted materials in the dashboard, whose long list of auxillary extras contains a world first - a highly sophisticated perfume atomiser. The new model's performance even outclasses the rest of the Maybach range, making it the most comprehensive Maybach ever. In a nutshell: the Maybach Zeppelin epitomises stylish elegance and the art of car manufacture at its most refined as no vehicle has ever done before. The new Maybach Zeppelin is being built in a limited edition of just 100 worldwide.

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Even today, the name Zeppelin has an incomparable ring to it in the realm of high-end luxury vehicles. As in bygone times, Maybach is once again building the Maybach Zeppelin for drivers who are seeking something extra special, even in this most premium of auto segments. Not only do the Maybach 57 Maybach Zeppelin and Maybach 62 Maybach Zeppelin stand out for their exquisite elegance, inventive ideas and phenomenal performance, only one hundred of these special model versions of the high-end luxury saloons will be made worldwide.

The Maybach 57 S and the long-wheelbase version, the Maybach 62 S, serve as the technical basis for the new range-topping model. Supreme performance is assured in both cases by the 6. 0litre V12 biturbo performance unit under the bonnet, which now provides 471 Kw/640 hp (+ 28 hp) and a peak torque of 1000 Newton metres.

Whatever angle it is viewed from, the new Maybach Zeppelin radiates character and the sort of style which appeals to all the senses. From the outside, the luxury brand's new top-of-the-range model can be recognised by its two-tone special paint finish. The shoulderline is painted right via to the background of the headlamp assemblies in Rocky Mountains light brown, which forms a stylish and scintillating contrast to the Taiga black finish used for the rest of the car body. Dark red tail light units and a fine vertical partition in the tailpipe add striking visual touches at the back. Naturally, buyers may also specify their Maybach Zeppelin in any other paint finish they wish.