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Maybach rated best brand by multimillionaires

Maybach 57S, a new special version from December 2005.

57S: an even more powerful Maybach, from December this year.

APN, PR, 21 July 2005 - Maybach was named the best overall vehicle by car owners in the income bracket of US$5 million to US$25 million according to a recent poll by America’s Luxury Institute for its Luxury Automotive Brand Status Index.

The survey rated cars based on four criteria - delivery of superior quality, uniqueness and exclusivity of the vehicle, whether the brand is used by people who are respected and admired, and the ability of the brand to make clients feel special through the entire customer experience.

Maybach registered either first or second place in all four categories.

“For the ultimate in motoring luxury there’s nothing to beat a Maybach, or the individual options it has already provided over 160 customers across the Middle East,” said Nicholas Speeks, President and CEO, DaimlerChrysler Middle East.

Recently, Maybach extended its range of optional equipment for its Type 62 and Type 57 limousines, and will add an even more powerful version, the 57S, in December this year.

Other brands involved in the survey included Aston Martin, Bentley, BMW, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Maserati, Porsche and Rolls-Royce.

"It is clearly an impressive win for Mercedes-Benz, which launched the automobile in the hopes of capturing a solid share of the ultra luxury car segment, said Milton Pedraza, CEO of the Luxury Institute.

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