Wow Interior of Rolls Royce Wraith luxury car
I personally love the Rolls-Royce Wraith luxury car. It has every innovation you’d expect from a Rolls, with tonnes of horsepower, plenty of sound-deadening, and exceptional comfort. What makes the Wraith unconventional, though, is its looks. The swooped fastback rear end is totally different from most luxury cars and makes this luxury automobiles stand out from any other big luxury cars out there. This mint green colored example built for noted Rolls-Royce customer Michael Fux is especially nice.
- Powertrains: : 6.6 liter, twin-turbocharged V-12: 624 hp./590 ft. lb.
- Fuel Economy:: 13 m.p.g. city/21 m.p.g. highway/15 m.p.g. combined
- buyers that can afford its $300,000+ price will find irresistible.
uses GPS data and the car’s nav system to foretell when you might need to downshift. Which, in my view, is regularly. Also, a new Audi-esque touchpad atop. Part of the pleasure of driving a Rolls is the way that speed comes on almost imperceptibly. Confined from all those distracting road surface elements—bumps, joints, grooves, peasants—and insulated from disturbing natural details like laws of physics and wind noise, it becomes very and magically tricky to tell exactly how fast you’re going. Allow me to answer this for you: you are going very fast. Like, TGV fast.
Range Rover SV Autobiography Dynamic
Wow Interior of Range Rover SV Autobiography Dynamic luxury car
The SV Autobiography is a product of Jaguar-Land Rover’s Special Vehicle Operations division, the unique exterior of Range Rover SV Autobiography Dynamic is timeless. With a powerful V8 engine at its heart, it has the performance and dexterity to meet its dynamic appearance. This Range Rover luxury car represents the very best of what Range Rover has to offer. It uses the same supercharged V8 found in the Sport SVR, and has more luxury features than you can count.
Porsche Panamera Turbo Executive
Wow Interior of Porsche Panamera Turbo Executive luxury car
If the regular Panamera Turbo or Turbo Sports Turismo just won’t cut it for you, Porsche also gives an extended wheelbase Executive trim. It’s same in spec to the regular Turbo save for a roomier back seat and extra rear comfort features, the most luxurious long-wheelbase variant of Porsche’s second-generation uber-liftback.
Key to the Panamera Executive model is its wheelbase stretch, which extends the second-gen Panamera’s fundamentally stout chassis by 5.9 inches. Though Porsche doesn’t officially specify the amount of extra rear seat legroom the Executive holds over the base model, nobody south of 6-feet 6-inches will have any issues stretching out back there. Headroom starts to get tight though once you breach the 6-foot vertical mark, the list of standard goodies includes , including rear-wheel steering, active air suspension, multi-way adjustable heated front and rear seats, four-zone climate control, LED headlights, soft-close doors, and a retractable rear sunshade. You also get Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) and a large panoramic roof, which are standard across the entire lineup.
Wow Interior of Rolls Royce luxury car
The Roll Royce phantom luxury car is powered by a twin-turbo 6.75-litre V12 engine that produces 571PS of power and 900Nm of torque. The engine is turned to deliver all of its torque at revs as low as 1,700. The eight-speed auto does its job well and although the Phantom VIII weighs over 2.6-tonnes, it can hit 100kmph in 5.4 seconds and clock a top speed of 250kmph. The list of luxurious comforts is endless. Touted as the car with the world’s quietest cabin, its fitted with a 130kg sound insulation system and double laminated glass windows to cut all the needless and harsh road noises. It includes alertness assistant, a 4-camera system with panoramic view, all-around visibility with helicopter view, night vision and vision assist and active cruise control. The list continues with collision and pedestrian warning, cross-traffic warning, lane departure and lane change warning, 7×3 high-resolution heads-up display and a WiFi hotspot.
Aston Martin Rapide S
interior of Aston Martin Rapide S
The thing is it’s one of Aston’s best steering and most comfortable driving luxury cars.It might not have a great deal more space, but it’s hard not to love this four-door, Aston, It has a V12 under the bonnet: even also exciting, it has an enhanced V12 in ‘S’ guise, nicked from the Vanquish and now producing 558bhp. It performs a truly wondrous noise and goes hard too. In 2015 Aston added ZF’s eight-speed auto, for shifts as creamy as the V12 itself.
The Rapide’s extra length does wonders for the ride comfort, while the steering is swift and clear. It’s very easy to forget that you’re driving something with a couple of seats behind you, which given they’ll rarely be occupied does make it seem a bit pointless. The thing is it’s one of Aston’s best steering and most comfortable driving cars. With a purity of purpose, the ‘Golden Ratio’ proportion sits at the heart of Rapide S. Iconic details – the assertive aluminum grille and the elongated side gills – hint at its power.
This Bentley may be named for the Mulsanne straight at Le Mans, but it’s no race car. The $300,000-plus Mulsanne is the most luxurious vehicle Bentley can build. The rear seats are inspired by first-class airplane appointments, and the options available are limited only by your imagination—and your budget.
Under the lengthy bonnet sits a 6.75-litre V8 with a pair of turbochargers helping it along, the Mulsanne is comically rapid for such a weighty machine. It’s like a country house with a thruster from the space shuttle attached, a mighty 752lb ft of torque arriving at just 1,750rpm. It’ll reach 62mph in just 5.1 seconds, and if that isn’t enough, the Speed’s 811lb ft punches to 62mph in less than five seconds. Astounding, Eight gears are swapped automatically, or, if you’d rather, you can take control yourself.
Mercedes-Maybach S650 Pullman
Mercedes-Maybach S650 Pullman interior
Even in its base form, the Mercedes S-Class is already one of the most luxurious cars you can buy. The ultimate version, though, is the S650 Pullman. It’s more than 21 feet long, which means there’s enough room for a middle row of rear-facing seats. Oh, and it costs more than $600,000.
Bentley Flying Spur
Bentley Flying Spur luxury car is the smaller version of a limousine with four doors. It also uses the same version of the Continental GT’s platform, meaning it comes with 4-wheel drive and the brand’s 6-liter W12 and a brand new 4-liter twin turbo V8 engines. Making it have an amazing performance and engine power. On the inside, the Bentley Flying Spur is finished with the finest wood and leather trim which makes it look spectacular and beautiful. This provides more comfort even at high speed.
Some persons love to be seen while they are cruising their ultra-luxury car. For them, there’s no better option than the Rolls-Royce Dawn. The Dawn is said to be the quietest drop-top ever produced, and which includes the convertible top itself—it was engineered specifically to silently open and close.
Lexus LS is a hi-tech hybrid luxury car, meaning it is a petrol-electric model. It is also available in 2 wheelbases and 2 engine options that is – the LS 460, the 4.6-liter V8 or the LS 600h, the 5-liter V8 equipped with an electric motor and batteries. Thus the Lexus LS hybrid can run on only electric power. Its interior very comfortable and the back seats provide electric massage. It has a rear entertainment system that can keep the passengers busy.
Having been given a facelift, the Maserati Quattroporte is now becoming a rival to the likes of Mercedes S-Class, Audi A8, Jaguar XJ and other luxury cars. It now has a more efficient petrol engine, a beautiful interior and easier to handle. It also boasts of its great speed.