Here we have seven-minute video that showcases some of the Maybach Zeppelin's most important features. The Zeppelin badge was brought back to life by Daimler AG and Maybach at the 2009 Geneva Motor Show.
Get up close and personal with the new Maybach Zeppelin which made its world debut at the Geneva Motor Show. A video in which the Zeppelin is shot while stationary in virtually every angle has been released. Every possible area of interest is covered, from the Maybach front grille and 20-inch wheels with a chrome shadow finish to the Zeppelin emblem on a few spots outside and the opulent interior.
Some millionaires and billionaires are much more interested in being driven instead of taking the wheel themselves. These folks are happiest at the back where they can work or play. A real-life person takes the backseat in order to demonstrate some of the car's functions that include champagne glass holders, dual DVD screens and the hyped-up perfume dispenser.
The Maybach Zeppelin comes in two sizes, a Zeppelin 57 (5.7 metres long) and a Zeppelin 62 version (6.2m). Thrust is brought on by a 6.0-litre V12 biturbo engine that pushes out 471kW (640hp) and 1,000Nm of maximum torque. The Maybach Zeppelin 57 and 62 respectively cover the 0 - 100km/h velocity in 4.9 and 5.1 seconds.