Top 10 Luxury Cars In The World

Rolls-Royce Phantom

The grandest and greatest luxury conveyance in motor-dom was replaced by Rolls-Royce in 2017 and given a glittering five-star road test welcome by our road testers shortly thereafter.

Bentley Flying Spur

Bentley’s four-door ‘Continental’-series limousine (luxury cars) started off its modern life as the Continental Flying Spur in 2006, only dropping the nomenclative prefix that links it with Crewe’s current two-door GT with its biggest model overhaul yet in 2014.

Mercedes-Maybach S650

The richest and most special car in what might be the most universally respected and admired limousine range in the world, the S650 is the modern standard-bearer for Daimler’s Maybach super-luxury brand.


Bentley Mulsanne

A limousine that’s singularly aristocratic, whose presence announces itself from hundreds of yards away and whose agenda is all about serving the interests of the passenger first and the driver a definite second may sound appealing in theory.

Rolls-Royce Cullinan

Goodwood’s Marmite addition to the super-luxury cars segment arrived in 2018, in response to a significant amount of Rolls-Royce customer feedback that a more daily-usable.

Bentley Bentayga

The Bentayga has had an eventful passage through the Autocar road test evaluation process. Being the first in a barrage of £100,000-plus super-SUVs to come to market in 2016.

Rolls-Royce Ghost

The Ghost luxury cars were a line in the sand for Rolls-Royce when they appeared in 2009: the beginning of a transformation that took the company’s annual production volume from hundreds of to several thousand cars per year.

Range Rover SVAutobiography

The top-rung, long-wheelbase Range Rover has come a long way as a luxury car since the genesis days of the famous SUV upon which it’s based. 

 Rolls-Royce Dawn

The super-luxury four-seat convertible is a rare type of car indeed. Mercedes offers an open-top four-seat S-Class, while Bentley has had its Azure drop-top and now Continental GTC. 

Mercedes-AMG S65 L

The mechanical make-up of the top-of-the-range performance version of the Mercedes S-Class limousine luxury car hasn’t changed much in more than a decade.


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