The word “Luxury” only people who don’t care about spending lavishly and doesn’t give a second thought before investing can afford it. Also, these people don’t back off buying a luxury car. Here are some of the luxury cars in the world:
|The World’s Top 10 Luxury Cars||Pricing (US Dollars)|
|1. Rolls-Royce Phantom||$450,000|
|2. Mercedes-Maybach S-Class||$184,900|
|3. Bentley Flying Spur||$198,725|
|4. Rolls-Royce Cullinan||$330,000|
|5. Mercedes-Maybach GLS||$160,500|
|6. Bentley Mulsanne||$310800|
|7. Range Rover SV Autobiography Dynamic||$144,500|
|8. BMW 7 Series||$86,800|
|9. Lamborghini Urus||$218,009|
|10. Audi RS Q8||$114,500|
1. Rolls Royce Phantom
The grandest luxury car was introduced by Rolls-Royce in 2017. The Rolls-Royce Phantom is an extravagant statement of wealth and status it endows and for the unmatched sense of occasion, you enjoy when travelling in one. Though this automobile feels vintage, that is what it sets apart from other automobiles.
The perfect weight of the car’s large-rimmed steering wheel is remarkable, gently loping and deliciously indulgent-feeling but also supremely quiet and smooth. The 6.75L V12 engine delivers 570 hp despite Rolls-Royce’s fitment of the latest run-flat tyre technology.
2. Mercedes Maybach S-Class
When an S-Class can’t satisfy you, there comes the most universally respected and admired limousine range in the world, the S650 from Daimler’s Maybach super-luxury brand. Refining and upgrading the standard S-Class, from adding an extra 18 cm to two-tone paint. Maybach outfitted the interior with a napa leather refrigerator, four displays, and massaging seats that helped it to make brilliantly refined, rich and cosseting.
The S650’s 621bhp twin-turbocharged petrol V12 is barely audible and hence states its manners.
3. Bentley Flying Spur
The Continental Flying Spur in 2006, only dropping the nomenclature prefix that links it with Crewe’s current two-door GT with its biggest model overhaul yet in 2014. The third-generation Flying Spur is something that shows off its prouder, more muscular design, which borrows heavily from the most recent, attractive Continental GT coupe. Co-developed with Porsche and using four-wheel steering and active anti-roll bars.
The 6.0L twin-turbo W12, which makes 626bhp fires the car to 62mph in comfortably less than four seconds and on to a top speed of more than 200mph. It also has better insulation around the fantastically opulent cabin from the road and provides the basis for genuinely good driving dynamics.
4. Rolls-Royce Cullinan
The Cullinan is a daily-usable, all-surface-capable, family-practical model. From both comfort to silence the Cullinan is designed to modern Rolls-Royce’s standard. As luxury states immense comfort, the interior is enhanced by the use of high-quality materials and hand-crafted components on the interior and exterior which makes it stand out from others. Well, the performance part doesn’t lack out like this a Royce. A 6.7L V12 engine boasting 563bhp and 850Nm of torque makes the ride fun when needed.
5. Mercedes Maybach GLS
Why stick to luxury sedans, when you can make one luxury SUV, Daimler’s Maybach super-luxury brand beefed up the standard Mercedes-Benz GLS to the Maybach GLS the first luxury SUV from Maybach. Using all that chrome accent, and special paint tones creates a more attractive and minimal sense at the same time. When you step inside, you can feel all that leather draped interior, with ambient lighting and ultra-plush seats at the front and rear raising the mood.
For the people who want immense comfort, luxury and “Legroom”, the Maybach GLS welcomes them to have a feel of its rear cabin. Equipped with reclining seats, dual 12.3-inch infotainment displays powered by Mercedes-latest Benz’s m Bux software interface, world-class Burmester audio system with an incredible 27 speakers. Powered by a 4.0L V8 engine, which produces 542bhp and 730Nm of torque.
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6. Bentley Mulsanne
An aristocratic limousine, the Mulsanne is a top-level luxury four-door. From the brand’s historic design language, the exterior feels less formal than a Rolls-Royce Phantom and the interior ambience is like of a smoking room of an old gentleman’s club with an analogue clock and instrument cluster that is an homage, than the Phantom’s chandeliered ballroom.
When needed, this heavy beast can pull all that luxury with its 6.7L V8 engine delivering 505 hp and 1020 Nm of torque.
7. Range Rover SV Autobiography Dynamic
The top-tier, long-wheelbase Range Rover has come a long way as a luxury car since it was built. The modern SVAutobiography is hand-finished as it is by Land Rover at its Special Operations base near Coventry.
Offering V8 petrol or diesel four-cylinder, SVAutobiography is strictly a four-seater with ‘lounge’ rear chairs, four-zone climate control, sliding panoramic sunroof that contributes to the remarkable senses of light and space onboard.
8. BMW 7 Series
The 7 series is a perfect combination of Luxury and Performance, with a new sleeker design and the iconic kidney grille is now wider and broader than any other 7 series model. All the outer essential elements have been chromed out and for the interior with high-quality materials and high-tech features such as a digital driver’s display, ambient lighting, and heated and ventilated comfort seats delivering a luxurious experience for all passengers. For the performance part, a 6.6L V12 produces a whopping 600 bhp and 850 Nm of torque is a plethora of power for the luxury it offers.
9. Lamborghini Urus
With all those power, comes great luxury. Lamborghini managed to put all that comfort and luxury in this mean looking beast. Urus has that distinctive Lamborghini design on the outside, which makes it instantly recognizable from a distance.
The Urus hits 0-60 mph in 3.2 seconds, and all that rage comes from b, with a top speed of 190 mph. From the interior part, it’s all classic Lamborghini styled with instruments and bucket seats.
10. Audi RS Q8
Sharing the same engine as Urus, the RS Q8 is better in comfort but when comes to performance it stays below it. With a 4.0L V8, it produces 591 bhp and 800 Nm of torque which is sub-par to its cousin.
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