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Maybach Cars History

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The world-famous Maybach car was named after its first designer, Wilhelm Maybach. However, he did not immediately start working on it.


Maybach Motorenbau GmbH acquired its independence in 1918, after which, three years later, it produced its own car.


Even then, the main bet of the developer was the bet on reliability and luxury.


So, the history of Maybach fully begins in 1921. In this significant year, Wilhelm Maybach developed and produced his first car model W-3.


It was equipped with a six-cylinder engine, the volume of which was 5.7 liters. This car became the first with brakes on all wheels, which began to be serially produced in Germany.


It was followed by the W-5 model, which saw the light of day in 1926. The volume of her engine was already 7.0 liters, so it could develop a speed of up to 121 km/h.


Everyone was taken by surprise in the spring of 1929, when Wilhelm Maybach died of a sudden illness. His son Karl Maibach began to continue his father's business.


In 1961, the brand passed into the hands of the Daimler Benz company, which in the 90s planned to return the forgotten Maybach car brand to the world: this time is considered the second birth of legendary cars.


The Mercedes-Benz company demonstrated the new model of this brand to the whole world in 1997 at one of the exhibitions.


The main ideas of this car were followed by serial models of 2002.


By right, the Mercedes-Benz Maybach was considered the most luxurious car in the world.


It still demonstrates the latest achievements in management, automotive technology and aesthetics. It is not by chance that this car model has a double name.


Currently, there are two models of this car - the standard Maybach 57, which is 5.72 m long, and the extended Maybach 62, which is 6.16 m long.


These models are equipped with Maybach Type 12 engines, the power of which is 550 hp.


They are controlled by a microcomputer and made of light alloys of aluminum and magnesium. The volume of the engine is 5.5 liters, the torque is 900 N·m.