The Maybach and the Rolls are more obviously limousines. Driving is probably fine, i'm guessing, but the attention is clearly directed to the rear passenger seating. I think as far as appearances go, the best looking of these cars is the Bentley. It also seems most likely the car meant to be driven by its owner. That Bugatti does very little for me. The interior is striking, in a concept car kind of way, but the exterior is just gaudy. The exterior of the Maybach loses something that large Mercedes sedans have. I think it is the tall greenhouse and the relatively lower beltline. It appears disproportionate. It reminds me of the way the executive Cadillac limousines made for the White House look, (but you know the reason there, it is a parade car and the heavy armored glass is very flat.) I am reminded of other cars with that ungainly tall greenhouse that makes the car look funny overall. Somehow, the two-tone paint doesn't make it look any more luxurious. I know the reclining seat is supposed to be the pinnacle of rear-seat accommodation, but the picture just says "dentist chair" to me.