Despite having a music label named after the company, Maybach hasn't made a single cent of profit since it debuted in 2002. Now, with the end in sight, the one-percenters have a chance to take advantage of the luxury brand's failure. For every new Type 57 or Type 62 purchased, buyers will be given up to $100,000 cash back in rebates.

For most cars, that'd basically be like paying somebody to take the vehicle off the lot, but considering the Type 57 costs between $376,300 - $416,200 and the Type 62 sets you back $427,700 - $467,600, it's basically a 20 percent discount. How long before Rick Ross buys the lot? 

[via AOL Autos]

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