Drake's new music video features Louis Vuitton's unique Maybach electric car (video)

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Drake's new music video features Louis Vuitton's unique Maybach electric car (video)

The exclusive Project Maybach electric car exists in a single copy. The off-road coupe was created by the famous designer Virgil Abloh.

Canadian rapper Drake has released a video for the song Sticky from his latest album Honestly, Nevermind. In less than a day, the video has collected over a million views on Youtube.

In the clip, footage from Drake's concerts alternates with videos from parties and trips in expensive cars. It starred several luxurious Mercedes-Maybachs at once.

Drake's new music video features Louis Vuitton's unique Maybach electric car (video)

The incredible Project Maybach electric car, released in a single copy, stands out in particular. The luxury concept car was created by Louis Vuitton stylist Virgil Abloh and it became his swan song – the car was presented after the designer's death.

Drake's new video features Louis Vuitton's unique Maybach electric car (video)

At about 6 m long, a two-car combines the features of an SUV and a coupe. It has a long hood and a sloping roof, as well as increased ground clearance, huge tires and original steel arches.

Expensive leather is used in the interior trim. The Project Maybach seats fold out to form two berths – in the video, Drake laid them out. Instead of rear-view mirrors, cameras were installed.

Project Maybach was never sold to anyone. Now the car is on display at the Museum of Modern Art in Miami, and also visits various auto shows from time to time.

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