$1 Million Mercedes-Maybach Pullman S650

And now something for our high net worth readers. The Maybach has often been the go to ride for world leaders, presidents, ambassadors, and 16 year old Soundcloud rappers. The Pullman S650 is the latest version of this car from the renowned German automaker. Featuring a crazy powerful 630 horsepower 6.0-liter twin-turbo V12 engine, armored plating and a powered partition window so you can have your privacy in the back, this Maybach is the essence of luxury. Base models start at $650,000 but when you add in the essential upgrades like armor plating and engine customizations, the price shoots north of a cool $1 million.
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