10. Rolls Royce Phantom
You cannot go wrong with Rolls Royce Phantom if you want the world’s finest and most luxurious car. The Phantom is instantly recognizable due to its signature Rolls Royce design language and the Spirit of Ecstasy mounted on the front center.
the luxurious theme continues both inside and outside the car though, it portrays an essence of classic luxury, which sets it apart from other vehicles of its class. A car is unique is the Phantom obviously offers plenty of premium options, such as a starlight headliner, completely bespoke interior, electrically operated doors, and 130 kilograms worth of soundproofing material installed throughout the whole vehicle, which makes the cabin as serene as it gets. The 6.75 liter V 12 engine puts out 570 horsepower in quite a subtle manner, which is good enough to overtake anyone, but also comfortable so that you don’t get a sudden jerk All in all, the Phantom is the most luxurious a sedan can ever get.
9. Mercedes Maybach S class
if the level of sophistication in a normal S class is not up to your expectations, then no need to worry as it’s my box addition aims to resolve all your woes. Everything starting from the front grille to the rear bumper has been reworked to provide it with an utterly luxurious makeover.
The Maybach version boasts a visibly upgraded wheelbase that’s even 18 centimeters longer than the standard long wheelbase version of the S class. By Bach offers the car and a dual tone paint scheme. The job takes more than a week to complete. The interior is fitted with the finest quality Napa leather refrigerator, a total of four screams and massaging seeds. Such a heavily fitted garden needs all the power it can get. Therefore, you can also get it with a twin turbocharged V 12 engine that puts out over 620 horsepower Lastly, the Maybach S class is also fitted with Next Generation autonomous driving aids that enable him to drive and park autonomously under certain conditions.
8. Bentley Flying Spur
The Bentley Flying Spur is the true pinnacle of British luxury on wheels. The top in saloon is capable of pushing you back in the seat with its unbelievably fast acceleration. All the acceleration is made possible thanks to Bentley’s exclusive six litre w 12 mil that delivers 635 horsepower and 900 pound feet of torque the power helps the 2.4 ton BS clock zero to 60 inches 3.7 seconds and achieve a top speed of 207 miles per hour. Despite its 5.8 meter length and 2.4 ton weight the Flying Spur is surprisingly good around the corners thanks to the adaptive suspension and sporty dynamics.
Flying Spur isn’t all about speed and agility. It also imparts you with all the comfort you need. The all around leather interior combined with a spacious leg and headroom and air suspension brings out its supremely comfortable character. Overall, the new Flying Spur remains true to its vision of delivering a luxurious experience combined with all the thrill you can desire.
7. Rolls Royce Cullinan
Just like any other Rolls Royce car the Cullinan also sets the bar for other high end SUVs and all aspects whether it’d be comfort serenity, or overall ambience. both the interior and the exterior follow the modern design language of Rolls Royce, but it’s the sheer grandeur of the covenant that sets it apart from its siblings and its rivals.
The use of high quality materials and handcrafted details on the interior and the exterior further add to the luxury of the covenant and allow it to carve out a unique space for itself in a world full of SUV. Although the Cullinan is fitted with an endless list of features some noteworthy features include a star headliner, custom dashboard inlays and a set of two retractable picnic seats in the trunk that may not be as comfy as the main seats, but they do add a touch of sophistication. Available in two trim levels the covenant has a base price of almost $350,000 That can be stretched endlessly by opting for a wide variety of custom modifications offered by Rolls Royce.
6. Mercedes Maybach GLS
The Maybach GLS is a beefed up version of the Mercedes GLS which is itself a very luxurious full size SUV. The Maybach GLS is in fact the luxury divisions first ever SUV and the Maybach is pretty much nailed it in its first attempt. The heavy use of Chrome bits and pieces on the exterior bolsters the assertive character and the optional two tone paint scheme exhibits the craftsmanship that has gone into the manufacturing of the ultra luxurious German SUV.
The leather draped interior is even more luxurious than the exterior. The feel and the ambiance of the cabin is further elevated by the use of ambient lighting and ultra plush seats at the front and the rear. If you want the true executive experience with acres of legroom and the first class treatment you deserve, you should try the rear seats which also feature power adjustable recliner seats. A subtle fragrance diffuser engages your sense of smell. While dual 12.3 inch infotainment displays powered by Mercedes Benz his latest mbux software interface provides a crystal clear visual experience backed up by a world class Burmester audio system with an incredible 27 speed.
5. Bentley Mulsanne
the Bentley Mulsanne remains true to its heritage and is designed for those who want a modern Bentley but also as a touch of its previous generations. The roof of the car has been made using the traditional coach building technique, and the rest of the exterior is also identifiable due to its stark resemblance with the brand’s traditional design language. The interior on the other hand is also as high end as it gets. And you’ll also find an analog clock and instrument cluster better again a reminder of the past.
powering this 2.6 ton massive creature is a 6.75 liter V eight engine that produces in excess of 505 horsepower and 100 pound feet of torque depending on the variant. The good thing about that is that it provides all of its punch in the low range which means you don’t need to rev it up to 7000 rpm. Sadly that we will soon into production of this stunning feature indefinitely.
4. Range Rover SV autobiography dynamic
The 21 Range Rover SV autobiography proves once and for all that it can also be a top contender when it comes to luxury. This new model effortlessly blends peerless craftsmanship with the most innovative technology producing a vehicle that makes every journey as steady and luxurious travel. It features and adaptive air suspension top of the line safety systems as well as nifty little touches that combined to make your stay and the SV autobiography as effortless as possible. One thing you’ll immediately notice on your tour of the SP autobiography is the seamless manner in which technology works.
With more traditional car crafting staples. For example, the four zone climate control blends effortlessly into the design of the cabinet and the 10.2 inch touchscreen infotainment system, complete with Dav tuner, Bluetooth, USB connectivity and a TV tuner. Preserve the classic feel of the interior while providing the very best of cutting edge technology.
3. BMW 7 series.
BMW cars have always been known as performance machines. However, the new seven series also adds in all the luxury one does not expect from a BMW. Both the exterior and interior styling have been revised and the famous kidney grille is now longer and wider than you would have ever seen on a seven series.
The rear end is also a bit more beefed up, and all the lights on the front and rear are sleeker yet more pronounced. As with any other car if it’s segment, you’ll also find plenty of Chrome used in the main exterior body parts the interior just like the exterior is a contemporary version of BMWs traditional design language. The use of high quality materials together with high tech features such as digital driver’s display, ambient lighting, and heated and ventilated comfort. seats provide a posh experience to all the occupants. The new seven series can be availed in several engine configurations. And its price starts from around.
2. Lamborghini Urus
The Lamborghini Urus is without a doubt the sportiest SUV you can ever get your hands on despite being a pure performance oriented SUV, Lamborghini has made considerable effort to make it as comfortable for you as it can get. Not only the Juris gets full marks and performance, but it also has that distinctive Lamborghini look on the exterior that instantly makes it recognizable from afar. The interior is just as polarizing as the exterior, and every inch oozes out pure performance and a sense of exclusivity.
The most important part of the URIs is its four liter twin turbo V eight engine that thrashes 650 horsepower to all four wheels, giving you the maximum control and precise handling characteristics you can get from a vehicle of this size. The Screaming engine helps the URIs reach zero to 60 miles per hour in just 3.2 seconds, with a top speed limited to a whopping 190 miles per hour. The base price of this best selling Lambo is set at nearly $220,000 which is justifiable considering its Fockers fast performance and chiseled styling.
1. Audi RS Q8
The Audi RS Q8 may not be a sports car but it is the most well equipped RS spec Audi you can get your hands on. Surprising surprisingly, it’s the same as a Lamborghini Urus under the skin which is why it makes sense to rank it just under the euros. The cosmetic changes on the RFQ8 make it more aggressive than the Q8 and the handling and performance characteristics have also been improved quite significantly.
The sporty theme continues towards the interior. That’s lined with contrasting stitching and driver oriented controls. Although the RFQ8 is pretty much aggressive as it is you can get an even more aggressive carbon black edition that features additional use of carbon fiber despite having the same song as a year is the RFQ8 somehow manages to be a bit comfier and more luxurious than its cousin. The starting price is just around $115,000 which is considerably less pricey than the years.