We presented you with the best cars for 2021. Some of them with more luxury others less luxurious but it only depends on your preference. Let’s dive into luxury and see what they have to offer.
Bentley Flying Spur
Flying Spur, the brand’s ‘small’ four-door limousine, uses an extended version of the Continental GT coupe’s platform, so it comes with four-wheel drive and Bentley’s 6.0-litre W12 engine. Predictably then, performance is stunning – this two-tonne-plus saloon delivers a sub-four second 0-62mph time and a top speed of 207mph.
As with all Bentleys, the Flying Spur is beautifully finished inside with the finest wood and leather trim, so occupants can be carried in supreme comfort at high speeds. And, if the monstrous W12 just feels a bit too much, you can always ‘downsize’ to the V8 unit with 542bhp, or even the 2.9 litre V6 Hybrid model that offers around 24 miles of all-electric range.
Driving the Mercedes S-Class is a very relaxing experience. Vibrations through the pedals and steering wheel are non-existent, and even at motorway speeds, you won’t hear any wind or tire roar. You float along, unaware of the imperfections in the road surface, as the Mercedes simply soaks up the lumps and bumps as if they were never there to begin with. Add to this engines so quiet you will regularly be convinced the start/stop system has cut in and a silky smooth nine-speed automatic gearbox, and you have the ultimate luxury combination.
There is no surprise that the long-wheelbase model is all about the rear seat, which comes with enough legroom to kick back and watch other road users drive past in their lesser vehicles. Should even that be too stressful, the seats come with heating and massaging features to take comfort up another notch.
The new Rolls Royce Ghost delivers the luxury and refinement in spades. The relentless attention to detail has delivered a car that, according to Rolls Royce, is the most technologically advanced it has ever produced. There are only two parts carried over from the previous model – the Spirit of Ecstasy that sits atop the bonnet, and the umbrellas hidden within the doors.
Although perhaps a little less conspicuous than its Phantom sibling, the Ghost is still five metres long and 2.5-tonnes in weight, so it could hardly be called understated. Thankfully, its 6.75-litre V12 petrol engine produces 563bhp, which allows a 0-62mph time of 4.8s and a 155mph top speed.
These are the first three out of ten luxurious cars for this year. Enjoy!
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