The Maybach 57 and 62 were the first automobile models of the Maybach brand since the brand's revival by Daimler AG. They are derived from the Benz Maybach concept car presented at the 1997 Tokyo Motor Show.
Both Maybach models are variants of the same ultra-luxurious automobile. The model numbers reflect the respective lengths of the automobiles in decimeters; the 57 is more likely to be owner-driven while the longer 62 is designed with a chauffeur in mind.
Standard features of all models include, but are not limited to: a navigation system with voice recognition; air conditioning with 4-zone climate controls; power rear sunshade; rear-seat DVD entertainment system; interior air filter; front and rear seat massage; 21-speaker premium sound system; power tilt/telescopic heated wood/leather-wrapped steering wheel with radio and climate controls; power trunk open/close; voice-activated AM/FM radio with 10-disc CD changer; keyless start; heated front and rear seats; cooled front seats; power panoramic sunroof; adaptive cruise control; premium leather upholstery; 18-way power front seats; 14-way power rear seats; heated cupholders; rearview camera; iPod adapter; wireless cell phone link; outside-temperature indicator; universal garage door opener; night vision.
The Maybach 57 is the base designation and comes with 7 spoke, 19 inch wheels.
Source: Wikipedia, 2012