We presented you with 4 of the remaining 10 luxury cars for 2021. Enjoy the beautiful models. Depending on your preferences some of the models maybe are not on this list but these were customer’s choice of luxury vehicles.
Rolls-Royce Phantom is powered by a 6.75-litre V12 petrol engine, which produces 563bhp and 900Nm of torque. This allows you to plant your right foot and accelerate from a standstill to 62mph in 5.3 seconds and on to a limited top speed of 155mph.
The price is suitably large to go with the Rolls’ grand dimensions and 21- or 22-inch wheels, as the least you can expect to pay is north of £300,000. So much as look at the options list and you will find that figure heading beyond the £400,000 mark.
On the road it is obviously, unbelievably quiet and comfortable, but should you find yourself in the driver’s seat, you have a mixture of features to make sure you enjoy your time there. Firstly, there is four-wheel steering to aid in low-speed manoeuvres and high-speed stability, then there is the air suspension and active roll management to prevent unwanted lurching of the body through the corners.
the Panamera is a masterclass in evolution ahead of revolution when it comes to its development. While it hasn’t been around anywhere near as long, it’s clear that the Mk2, launched in 2016, is a logical progression from its predecessor.
t’s just as driver-focused as before, so it’s a pleasure to drive quickly, and it has performance by the bucketload, but the air-suspension can be switched to comfort mode at the press of a button to keep back-seat occupants comfortable and unruffled.
As before, there are standard and S models, rear and four-wheel drive is available, plus E-Hybrid, Diesel, Turbo and Turbo S models to choose from.
The Audi A8 is handsome and well proportioned, it takes cues from smaller Audis and Inside, you’re welcomed by top-quality materials and a logical dashboard. As you’d expect, there’s plenty of optional equipment on offer, plus a bewildering array of leathers, veneers and inlays to give your A8 an even more opulent feel. Still, with 12-way electrically-adjustable heated leather seats, plus sat-nav and four-zone climate control, the cabin feels suitably exclusive even in standard form.
The Bentayga may be criticised for driving, but it is still an incredibly well polished car that puts in a strong claim to be the most luxurious SUV on the market. The British marque went big with its first attempt at an SUV with the First Edition models released at launch costing £230,675.
While the Bentayga is hand-built, the body-in-white is actually manufactured in Slovakia. After this, it is sent as an aluminium shell to the exotic land of Crewe where it undergoes its final assembly.
To ensure that the Bentayga is up to standard when behind the wheel, it is based on the same MLB architecture in which the Q7 and Porsche Cayenne are built upon. Should you wish to take advantage of Bentley’s most potent powertrain for the SUV, you can opt for a 6.0-litre W12 that pumps out 626bhp and 900Nm of torque.
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