In this scene, we observe a parking lot filled with Maybachs. At least three of them are visible. Unfortunately, one of them is in a rather sorry state.
Whoever owns these Maybachs seems to have a deep affection for them. So much so that they own so many they can't possibly use them all. The 62s in the background appears to be well-maintained. However, the 57s seems to have been sitting there for quite some time. On one hand, the luxury sedan is covered in a substantial layer of dust, and on the other, you can see that the air suspension is completely deflated, causing the car to sit low. This happens to any vehicle with an air suspension when it remains stationary for an extended period because rubber is never 100% airtight, and the longer it sits, the more air escapes.
These Maybachs were produced from 2002 to 2012 and were the epitome of luxury during their time. They weren't just slightly more luxurious cars; they were a symbol of status. If you drove such a car, you had made it! Not only was the design cutting-edge, but the quality was also top-notch.
The Maybach 57 S was powered by a V12 biturbo engine, delivering around 612 horsepower, which provided the vehicle with impressive acceleration and top-speed figures. It could accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 5 seconds, and its top speed was 275 km/h. For a 2660 kg heavyweight in the year 2002, that was quite impressive.
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