The brand will make design camera-influenced suspension tech and cars could have a chauffeur drive mode.

Maybach chief engineer Jürgen Weissinger said future Maybach models will feature a “next-level”
suspension system. The suspension could be a much more advanced version of Mercedes’ existing
Magic Body Control set-up. One of the system's key elements is a new camera system so that “we have
better information from rough roads so that drivers can slide over the road”.
The car could also feature a new drive programme that targets chauffeurs. “We’re making a special
drive programme, which means the gear changes don’t happen too often so that the chauffeur can drive
in a very comfortable, luxury way. This works without gearshifts and with maximum torque,” said
These features will appear most probably on the upcoming Maybach GLS, that will be shown at the Los
Angeles motor show in November.

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