Mercedes-Benz breathes life back into the now discontinued Maybach with their unveiling of the 2016 Mercedes-Maybach S600. Maybach was once the epitome of luxury until they closed their golden doors in 2013, with their final car being manufactured in December 2012. This top-of-the-line car made its debut today at the Los Angeles Auto Show to much acclaim and even more excitement. Coming in at a length of 5453mm and a wheelbase of 3365mm, the Mercedes-Maybach is over 5 meters long, providing ample room in the back, which comes complete with individual seats, TVs and even champagne flutes. The S600 will come with a twin-turbo V12 6.0-liter engine that produces 530 HP and 830 Nm, with S500 and S400 models following sometime after. The Mercedes-Maybach S-Class is expected to hit the market February 2015. Take a closer look at the incredible car below.