The Maybach name returned last year after a brief hiatus as the flagship model of Mercedes' S-Class line instead of a standalone brand.
Now Mercedes has a new armored version of the Maybach called the "Guard" edition.
According to Mercedes, the Maybach Guard is the first civilian vehicle to be certified with VR10-level ballistics protection.
That means the Maybach's body and windows are designed to withstand hardened-steel-core bullets fired from assault rifles.
And that's exactly what they did. The company published a photo of a bullet-riddled test car this week, complete with markers to identify each bullet hole.
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