Maybach DSH

Besides the "Zeppelin" models with their superior 12-cylinder engines, Maybach started also to offer considerably less expensive, 6-cylinder models with the "W 6" in 1931 and from 1934 on the "DSH" (meaning double-six-half, or in other words half of a 12-cylinder). Those few who were able to afford a Maybach, however, continued to prefer the 12-cylinder. A mere number of 100 were produced of the "W 6", and even 50 only of the "DSH".

The Technik Museum Sinsheim exhibit was never restored and thus remains in its unchanged, original condition.