NEW YORK – Mercedes unveiled its Maybach super luxury car here on the eve of the New York International Auto Show at an off-site location. But the car, fenced off and shrouded with tinted plexiglass, was no more visible than it was at the Geneva show in March. A better look is promised for the Paris auto show this fall. Meanwhile, Mercedes is readying its new factory within a factory to build the Maybach in Sindelfingen, Germany. Right now there are 250 workers in pre-production training ...
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