Mercedes will officially debut its new ultra luxury sub-brand next week in conjunction with the L.A. Auto Show. Continue Reading...
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Rolls-Royce officially confirmed today that it plans to launch a new converitble in 2016. Continue Reading...
Bentley has plans for a big luxury coupe and convertible based on the Mulsanne. Continue Reading...
Rolls-Royce is reportedly code-naming its SUV after the world’s largest diamond. Continue Reading...
Bentley will occupy its booth in Detroit next week with the Continental GT V8 S. Continue Reading...
Daimler’s über luxury Maybach division was quietly discontinued last year but rumors seem to indicate the brand could be coming back. Continue Reading...
In a thoroughly rigorous demonstration of the potential in its bespoke program, Rolls-Royce revealed its one-off “Ghawwass” Phantom Coupe. Continue Reading...
Plans for Aston Martin to sell an SUV are still limping along, likely helped by a recent agreement between Mercedes’ AMG and the British automaker. Continue Reading...
A utility vehicle from Rolls-Royce to fight Bentley’s upcoming crossover is still possible. Continue Reading...
If you’ve been saving your nickels and dimes in hopes of snapping up a Bugatti Galibier once the high-dollar four-door became available we have some bad news. It sounds like the car has been canceled. Continue Reading...
Super-luxury automaker Rolls-Royce just announced a recall of its 2013 Phantom lineup. Call backs are never a good thing, but they can be especially embarrassing at the ultra-premium end of the market. How does the company treat its “high rolling” customers when something unexpected happens? Continue Reading...
Left languishing in the wake of Saab’s failure, Swedish luxury supercar maker Spyker desperately needs investors to stay afloat but it may be too much to ask for the company to overcome its current catch-22. Continue Reading...
Marco Mattiacci, CEO of Ferrari North America, has officially been given the 2012 Automotive Executive of the Year award and is the first Italian executive to receive the award. “This year, the nominating committee chose to recognize Marco Mattiacci as an emerging leader whose accomplishments are certainly impressive and worthy of recognition,” said Robert Djurovic, executive director of the Automotive Executive… Continue Reading...
It turns out that owning a Rolls-Royce isn’t rare enough on it’s own for the majority of people buying these ultra-luxury cars. No, the people willing and able to shell out for the best of the best seem to be afraid the valet will confuse their Ghost with the others outside the country club. According… Continue Reading...