A luxurious lifestyle isn’t within everyone’s reach, but it’s a target in life for many people, you’d think. If you can live the high life and experience a taste a luxury, then why wouldn’t you? We all enjoy the nice things in life, certainly when we can afford them anyway.
Houses, boating, aviation, fashion, food, hotels and resorts, gifts and events, the luxurious options available on our planet are comprehensive, but they are too, of course, subjective. Not everyone enjoys a feast of Oysters or the five-star treatment in Dubai. Perhaps a UK road trip in a classic 1973 Porsche 911 2.4 S is more your bag or a holiday in Hollywood. The options are endless, and we all have different tastes.
When it comes to cars, the deluxe motors we’ve been exposed to over the years have been magnificent. With that in mind, we thought we’d go through some the top luxury cars ever made.
When thinking about the all-time classic luxurious automobiles, you can’t really ignore the Rolls-Royce Phantom. Whether you’re stuck in traffic playing live casino games available for players over 18 or listening to the latest hits on the radio, you can’t beat the comfort of a Rolls-Royce. They are, quite simply, the blueprint for luxury cars. From its lambswool floor mats to the eponymous Starlight headliner, the Rolls-Royce Phantom is a car with real style. In fact, it’s one of the most iconic cars ever in that respect.
When it comes to luxury, the British do it extremely well. Jaguar is a brand inspired by it, and there’s no Jaguar like the XJ. A beautifully long and wide sedan, this classic creation has been featured in many media and high-profile appearances, alongside being owned by various celebrities. You can’t really go wrong with Jaguar, but especially a Jaguar XJ.
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`The offering from America in terms of luxury cars has dwindled somewhat, well, that’s until the Cadillac CTS-V came around anyway. General Motors absolutely nailed this car, with its ZO6 Corvette engine, semi-aniline leather, magnetic ride control, and its ability to reach a ridiculous speed of 200 miles per hour. A sporty but opulent beast, the Cadillac CTS-V is simply divine.
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When it comes to living the high life and aiming to own a beautiful car, many people understandably consider buying a Maserati, and when it comes to what is arguably the most luxurious Maserati of all-time, then the Maserati Quattroporte is right up there. The Italians do luxury pretty well too, which is highlighted by the sumptuous interior and the beastly Ferrari V8 engine under the hood of the car. It’s a good car to drive, all right.
Audi RS 7
Audi’s A7 four-door coupe is an incredibly popular car associated with agility and all-round beauty. The RS7 is the same, but on steroids, after Audi added more speed to what was already an excellent car. With its lovely interiors and its twin-turbo 4-litre V8 pumping 591 horsepower, the Audi RS 7 epitomises everything that the German car manufacturer does so well.
Aston Martin Rapide
When you think of a car with speed, power and a taste of living life in the fast lane, then Aston Martin generally springs to mind, but especially the Aston Martin Rapide. With its top speed of 188 miles per hour, its ability to hit 0-60 in 5.2 seconds, and its suave and classy interior, the Aston Martin Rapide had to make the list. Who wouldn’t aspire to own arguably the greatest ever Aston ever? A dream of a car.