Maybach 1935

Zeppelin 8 Liter DS 8 wb: 3735 mm V12 cyl. 7978 ccm 200 PS  
       
W 6 DSG wb: 3735 mm 6 cyl. 6995 ccm 120 PS – end of prod.
DSH wb: 3735 mm 6 cyl. 5184 ccm 130 PS  
       
SW 35 wb: 3080 mm 6 cyl. 3435 ccm 140 PS – new model
SW 35 wb: 3480 mm 6 cyl. 3435 ccm 140 PS – new model
SW 35 wb: 3380 mm 6 cyl. 3435 ccm 140 PS – new model
SW 35 wb: 3680 mm 6 cyl. 3435 ccm 140 PS – new model

Germany  

Cars registered in Germany:
Total 77 ex.

 

Under relatively favorable economic conditions, the demand for efficient, high-quality cars in Germany is growing. Competition is fierce starting with the Ford V8 at 5000 RM, the Opel Admiral (6500 RM), an Audi, a Stoewer, an Adler, a BMW, the 3.8 liter Horch V8 and the 3.4 liters Mercedes, the latter two from about 9000 RM. Maybach introduced the so called "little" Maybach Typ SW 35. It is neither small nor cheap with the price tag around 20 000 RM. This new model however offers the same very high standards as the big Maybach, but it is more practical and up-to-date than the extremely exclusive Zeppelin.


Firma sprzedała w Niemczech 140 samochodów.


Zeppelin Tourenwagen by Spohn


Maybach SW 35 Limousine (body by Spohn) at the Berlin Motor Show 1935.


SW 35 Stormlinen at Paris Motor Show.


SW 35 Stormlinen by Spohn.