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Mercedes-Benz officially confirmed: the Maybach masterpiece returns to the luxury high-end car market
After numerous rumors and photos of prototypes, the German company Mercedes-Benz officially announced the return of the brand Maybach markets. Maybach brand was discontinued from the concern Daimler 2 years ago because of low sales. Now he is back, but not as an independent producer, a division of Mercedes-Benz – such as is the AMG. However, it will not make sports and luxury models.
The first one will be extended modification of S-Class. Now the standard model comes with two different lengths – 5116 mm and 5246 mm. According to Wagener length Merceses S-Class Maybach will be about 5550 mm, the increase will mostly affect the distance between the axes of which depends on the space lounge. The Maybach was already filmed during tests Nurburgring. Model is expected to be available in version S600 6.0-liter V12, and in version S65 AMG V12 engine again, but developing higher power.
Launching is scheduled for international auto show in Los Angeles in November. Then you will be shown the sedan, and next year will receive versions Maybach convertible S-Class, as well as SUV GL, which under the new corporate rules will be called Mercedes GLS.
My prediction is: The sacred name will be Android the Mustard Minion and the greatest new feature will be "Your smartphone can monitoring and tracking your health and fitness while you are on the go."
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Just as it's done in years past, Google will unveil the latest version of Android at its annual I/O developer conference. The company hasn't officially come out and confirmed this directly, but a session description that briefly appeared as part of the I/O schedule made specific mention of "Android M." (The session in question has now been removed from Google's I/O website.) When it was announced in 2014, Android 5.0 was first known as "Android L" before Google revealed its final "Lollipop" name months later. And while that version has so far made it to just 10 percent of all Android devices, Google isn't slowing down any in pushing the operating system forward.
Sadly the I/O session descriptions don't offer too many details on what to expect; the "Android at Work" session only says Android M "brings power of Android to all kinds of workplaces." Google has already started putting Android everywhere it can; it's on phones, tablets, in cars, powering TVs, and even running on Chrome OS. Now it sounds like there'll be a greater focus on making Android a force in the enterprise — and Google obviously needs developers to play a role in that.
Improved notifications and more powerful voice controls could be coming in Android M.