Maybach exhibition

The "Museum of Historic Maybach Vehicles" is the only exhibition worldwide that presents the history and products of Karl and Wilhelm Maybach. Exhibits displayed on an area of about 2500 square meters tell the story of Maybach’s automobile construction, the various models, engines and transmissions.

Maybach vehicles are among the most prestigious in the more than one hundred-year history of the automobile. In the twenties and thirties of the 20th century, they were the most beautiful, largest and most valuable luxury cars, which were also top of the market in terms of technology. Approximately 1800 Maybach cars were built between 1921 and 1941; around 160 are still in existence today.

Experience 18 to 20 vintage Maybach cars in a wide variety of states: sawn up and salvaged from an old barn to bestsellers in the chronologically arranged exhibition. Historic engines, transmissions and axles as well as interesting displays, models and short films round off the exhibition. The history is brought to life with stories about selected Maybach automobiles and their prominent first owners.

"If you’d like to experience some of the fascination of Maybach automobiles, come to Neumarkt in the Upper Palatinate. Dr. Helmut and Anna Hofmann have created a jewel that pays tribute to the Maybach name."

Irmgard Schmid-Maybach, daughter of Karl Maybach