Maybach 62


The Maybach 62 is basically a stretched platform version of the 57 model. When we say stretched platform, it literally brings the car into limousine-size territory. Because of its extra size, it is capable of having fully-reclining rear seats, folding rear tables for both rear passenger, and a special refrigerator compartment. Additional standard features are Cockpit Management and Navigation Systems, which include CD changer in rear seats, DVD players and TV tuners, LCD screens, and automatic doors.

Remember, for a car like this, it's all about pampering the rear-seat passenger, not so much the driver, err, uh, chauffer. The base price is a lofty $409,000, but that's most likely just pocket change for those who can afford something like this.

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