Lil Baby has added a new whip to his fleet of automobiles, and it appears to be worth the price.
A mini-replica of the car, which is only one of 150 made as part of the collaboration, appears in a recent social media post.
The 4PF singer's song "Virgil Maybach be so sweet, we just get 'em, ain't no beef" is used as a backdrop for the film. The track is produced by Tay Keith and Murda Beatz.
The Project MAYBACH, according to Mercedes-Benz's official website, is a "one-of-a-kind electric show car" that boasts "unmatched craftsmanship and attention to detail."
The Project MAYBACH is a two-toned project designed by Abloh and Chief Designer Officer Gorden Wagener. The lower half of the body is a beige-like color, and the roof, hood, and track are black.
Due to Lil Baby and Drake's cosigns, the luxury automobile has become one of the most sought-after cars on the market, with the latter previously displaying an off-road version of the Project MAYBACH in the music video for his Honestly, Nevermind single "Sticky."
Mercedes-Benz released a short documentary revealing the creative process behind the creation of the Project MAYBACH, which includes Abloh's remarks prior to his death in 2021.
Abloh died in November 2021 after battling cardiac angiosarcoma, an aggressive and rare form of cancer.
Below is a video from the Mercedes-Benz x Virgil Abloh Project MAYBACH documentary.