Luxury carmaker Maybach has high ambitions for China

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Carmaker Daimler plans to double sales of its luxury Maybach vehicles, buoyed by strong demand in China. Daimler, which also owns Mercedes-Benz, sold a record 12,000 luxury Maybachs last year. They are used widely as limousines in China, the car's most popular market. Prices start at $173,000 (£130,000) for the latest model. However, this can rise to more than $250,000 with the addition of optional extras like silver champagne flutes. Buyers also often go for gadgets such as massaging calf rests and automated rear doors.

Source: Luxury carmaker Maybach has high ambitions for China - BBC News


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