GENEVA – Many of those who buy the first Maybach to be built since 1941 will never come to know the experience of driving it, Mercedes-Benz executives tell Ward's. That’s because the car’s designers anticipate most Maybach buyers outside the U.S. will defer to chauffeurs and favor the long-body 240-in. (2-m) variant over the 223-in. (5.7-m) style expected to dominate the American market, where buyers prefer to sit in the driver’s seat. No projected official sales volumes have been ...

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