By on August 16, 2012

Fans of the Maybach brand are suffering through a dark day today; the brand was officially taken off Mercedes’ press website this week, with the word “discontinued” slapped next to the venerable re-badged W140 cars.

 Just-auto is reporting that Maybach has been officially axed in the United States, one of Maybach’s most important markets. Rappers and athletes are now scrambling for a replacement vehicle – especially Rick Ross, who is now on the fourth installment of his “Maybach Music” anthology.

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