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Mercedes revives Maybach to tackle Rolls-Royce… again


The third-largest premium automaker in the world, Mercedes-Benz, has decided to give the historic Maybach brand another go in an attempt to compete with the ultra-luxury offerings from Bentley and Rolls-Royce. The Maybach, Bentley and Rolls-Royce rivalry is just another page in the never-ending battle between Mercedes, Audi and BMW, the respective owners of the luxurious brands. While the latter simply ...
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