Rolls Royce Dawn

The Dawn shares its running gear with the Wraith, but is intended to offer a more relaxed driving style . The consequence of that approach is that the Dawn feels more softly suspended, which makes the air-sprung cabriolet one of the most comfortable cars to drive on the road.

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Rolls Royce Wraith

The Wraith is a true ground-breaker – not only the most powerful car in Rolls’ history but also the closest thing to a sports car that it has ever attempted to produce.

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Rolls Royce Ghost

The Rolls Royce Ghost is a luxury saloon vehicle which takes its name from the iconic 1906, Silver Ghost car, one of Rolls Royce’s earliest designs.

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Ferrari 488 GTB

Ferrari’s new mid-engine V-8 masterpiece is the 488GTB, replacing the much-loved 458 Italia

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Ferrari FF

The FF continues Ferrari’s tradition of offering at least one curious—often plus-sized—four-seater in its lineup.

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Ferrari 458 Spyder

The Ferrari 458 Italia is arguably the best-driving supercar ever built, as well as the most accessible yet capable high-performance car from the Italian sports-car maker.

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Mercedes G Wagon

The world’s most powerful production off-road vehicle. Breathtaking, powerful and anachronistic in looks.

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Mercedes GTS AMG

The last time Mercedes-AMG was tasked with building a model from scratch, it went to town.

Not only did the SLS evoke the 300SL with its gullwing doors, but it also housed the M159 engine in its long nose, a reworking of AMG’s own V8 and the last naturally aspirated engine to feature in a Mercedes.

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