MLB Star Hector Olivera Moves from the Dodgers to the Braves in a 2016 Mercedes-Maybach

As we all know, the revival of the Maybach brand came as an ultra-luxury sub-brand of the Mercedes-Benz S-Class. In other words, we’re looking at the top of the line and that is exactly where the 30-year-old Cuban baseball player wants to be, especially now that he just signed a new deal with the Atlanta Braves.
MLB Star Hector Olivera sent his new Mercedes-Maybach to the Auto Firm shop 1 photo
Photo: The Auto Firm on Instagram
It was two days ago when the Atlanta Braves acquired Olivera, Paco Rodriguez, minor league pitcher Zachary Bird and a competitive balance draft pick in the 2016 MLB Draft. On the other hand, the Los Angeles Dodgers acquired Mat Latos, Michael Morse, Bronson Arroyo, Alex Wood, Jim Johnson, Luis Avilan and Jose Peraza.

Apparently, these changes come in handy for the Major League Baseball star since he recently dropped his fresh ride at the Auto Firm for proper care. As we all know, the model is designed to compete with the likes of the Bentley Flying Spur and Rolls-Royce Ghost, so seeing Olivera customizing his Mercedes Maybach almost comes naturally.

With a starting price of $190,000, the stock model provides color finish options and the choice between a three-seat rear bench and two seats reclining. Price options include air-conditioned, heated and messaging seats; heated armrests; a system to pump scented, ionized air around the cabin; and a 1,540 Watt Burmester 3D surround system with 24 speakers. However, all these didn’t stop the sportsman from getting it tuned up a notch.

If we were to take the custom shop’s word, then the luxury limousine is about to get a new interior work and some fresh pair of rims. The new ride will be ready just in time for Olivera’s move from LA to Atlanta.

It turns out playing baseball pays off, after all.
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