What car is in Otis music video?

In the most memorable scene from their 2011 “Otis” video, the Throne rode around in a one-of-a-kind Maybach, chopped and screwed to their specifications. Last week, the $350,000 remixed vehicle sold for $60,000 at Phillips de Pury & Company’s New York Contemporary Art Evening Auction.

How much was the Maybach in the Otis video?

The famous luxury vehicle from the “Otis” music video fetched $60,000 at auction last week. The hip-hop titans dismembered the 2004 Maybach 57, which retails for around $350,000, in the Spike Jonze-directed video for their single “Otis” off their Grammy-winning album Watch the Throne.

Where is the Maybach from Otis?

“Otis” was shot in between two locations; with the car fabrication occurring at Shelly Ward Industries in North Hollywood while the stunt sequences were shot at Downey Studios in Downey, California.

How much is the Otis Maybach worth?

just $60,000
It seems even those with a taste for contemporary art couldn’t open their wallets very far–even in the name of the Save the Children charity–for the monstrosity that is the Jay-Z/Kanye West ‘Otis’ Maybach. It sold for just $60,000 at the New York Contemporary Art Evening auction held by Phillips de Pury & Co.

What is Maybach car?

2012 Maybach 57
2012 Maybach 622012 Maybach Landaulet

How much is Jay-Z Maybach Exelero?

Jay-Z’s Maybach Exelero has an insanely-high price tag of $8 million.

What cars does Jay-Z own?

A quick overview of Jay-Z’s car collection According to The Sun, his car collection includes a 1957 Corvette C1, Alfa Romeo Spider, Pagani Zonda F, Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren, Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport, and a Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud, which he later gifted to Beyoncé as a birthday gift.

What song did they sample for Otis?

Try a Little Tenderness
The song, “Otis,” is built on the back of a sample of legendary soul singer Otis Redding’s 1966 version of “Try a Little Tenderness” and was produced by West.

Who owns a Maybach?


Type Subsidiary (GmbH)
Founder Wilhelm Maybach
Defunct 1960 (bought by Daimler-Benz) 2013 (as a standalone brand)
Fate 1960: bought by Daimler-Benz 2002: standalone brand 2015: Mercedes sub-brand
Successor Mercedes-Maybach