By on April 7, 2010

Despite rumors of Maybach’s imminent demise, or, even more shocking, a sell-off to China’s BYD (a rumor that had been debunked the next day) Maybach is alive and well. Why, we don’t know. But anyway, Maybach will introduce a facelifted model at the upcoming Beijing Auto Show. The car is already in town.

Today, Daimler’s top-of-the-line was spied on Beijing’s streets by TheTycho. Too bad that the front had been removed or taped over. The front is where most of the minor Maybach changes will happening. I guess we’ll have to wait for the show.

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2 Comments on “New Maybach Already In Beijing...”

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    This must be ‘wretched excess wednesday,’ first a Hummer story, now this.

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    Middle Kingdom per se ain’t enuf to support Maybach, MK has plenty of one born every minute shoppers who goes by good name ,style, luxury and anything that doesnt bounce like an Oxcart will be Kosher.
    Also many Indians are surrounding the upper end auto biz wagon.
    Given the US, EU market tanked with Maybach, is not going to be easy at all to revive her. Good money chasing after bad money thats all.
    Maybach has her followers in the Oel kingdom, but needs to sell many inorder to survive.

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