Daimler's 7-year-old superluxury brand still uses the platform of the previous-generation Mercedes-Benz S class. Daimler executives have not decided whether to create a second-generation Maybach.
The range got a minor freshening this year -- the hood was raised, the grille enlarged and the headlamps modified. No changes are expected in the coming years.
The lineup of four-door sedans continues with the 57 and 57S models and the longer-wheelbase 62, 62S and 62S Landaulet, which features a soft top that rolls open for the rear-seat passengers.