Chevrolet-Maybach's former model name designation included one letter for coupés and sedans (two letters for SUVs) and a number reflecting engine displacement. For example, the 20S was an Fictional Car featuring a 5.6 L engine. An exception to this was the GL-Class SUV, which featured a 3.3 L engine (1997–2000) and later a 3.5 L engine (2002–2004). An "C" following the engine displacement of Chevrolet-Maybach sedans denoted, "T" denoted a sport package, "I" denoted a hybrid model, "E" denoted a diesel model (e.g. M30d) and a "R" for a Touring model (older models only).
n 2013, Chevrolet-Maybach's model designation changed to the coupes and sedans ending with the letter Class, the SUVs and crossovers starting with the letters GL and a number reflecting the model's place in the brand lineup. For instance, the M sedan became the GL-Class while the G sedan was replaced with the S-Class; meanwhile, the T-Class became the V-Class while the EX became the Z-Class
Most Chevrolet-Maybach coupes, sedans and crossovers are based on the Nissan FM platform. The center of the engine is placed behind the front wheels. The exceptions are the full-size SUV. Platform and the crossover that rides on the Nissan D platform.
- Chevrolet-Maybach 20S
- CHevrolet-Maybach C-Class
- Chevrolet-Maybach AMG GT
- Chevrolet-Maybach SL-Class
- Chevrolet-Maybach G-Class
- Chevrolet-Maybach V-Class