Cars


  • Lamborghini Huracán

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    The Huracan is no radical reimagining of the modern supercar. There are no hybrid systems here, for instance. In fact what there is, is familiarity.

  • Lamboghini Aventador

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    The Lamborghini Aventador LP750-4 Superveloce Roadster has arrived and, as expected, it’s not for the faint-hearted.

  • Bentley Mulsanne Speed

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    The new Mulsanne Speed offers a combination of extraordinary luxury and limitless power that only a Bentley can deliver.

  • Ferrari 458 Spider

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    The Ferrari 458 Spider is the latest in a long line of exclusive convertible sports cars created by the legendary Italian manufacturer.

  • Rolls royce

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    A commanding presence, Phantom Family encapsulates contemporary luxury. Its signature design is complemented by modern features, with the potential to personalise it to the smallest detail.

  • Rolls Royce Ghost Series ii

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    Alive with cutting-edge technology, Ghost is one of the most advanced cars ever built. The essence of simplicity with signature levels of luxury, Ghost forges a silent path with effortless power. Which leaves only one question: drive or be driven?

  • Mercedes G63

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    If the appearance of a vehicle hardly changes over three decades, yet its popularity remains unbroken, the manufacturer has done everything right.

  • Porsche Cayenne

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    The Porsche Cayenne is a premium large SUV that competes with rivals including the BMW X5 and Range Rover Sport.

  • Mercedes AMG GTS

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    The new Mercedes‑AMG GT S embodies the sensual purity of sportiness and emotion. The two-seater is characterized by hallmark rear-wheel-drive proportions.

  • BMW i8

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    The eye-catching styling looks straight out of sci-fi

  • Audi R8

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    Unique in Audi's range as a mid-engine supercar, the R8 has built its reputation from scratch in just a few short years.

  • Mecedes S-Class

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    Successive generations of S-Class Saloon have raised the bar for automotive design and engineering but this latest incarnation exceeds all expectations.

  • BMW M5

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    The Holy Grail, if you like, is for BMW to outstrip its own very high standards and build the best ‘M’ car ever

  • Mercedes E63 AMG

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    The Mercedes C-Class has always been aimed at those buyers in the small executive saloon sector who value comfort over outright handling ability.

  • Audi Q7

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    The second generation of Audi’s full-size SUV. The last one was a bit of a behemoth, but this one looks, well, not svelte exactly, but it’s certainly done a better job of concealing its size. Looks more like an A8 Allroad than a Q7.

  • Range Rover Sport

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    The Land Rover Range Rover Sport is an ultra-premium sporty 4x4 and this is the second generation model, which has been given a comprehensive redesign.

  • Mercedes C63 AMG

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    Form follows performance – the design of the powerful V8 top model is influenced by motorsport and reflects its fascinating technology.

  • BMW 7 Series

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    The BMW 7 Series has long sat in the shadow of the Mercedes S-Class. However, with this latest model, BMW has taken the fight to its German rivals with its most technologically advance saloon car ever.

  • BMW X5

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    Five TwinPower Turbo engines are on offer – four diesels and one petrol, all allied to an eight-speed automatic gearbox

  • Mercedes CLS 250

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    Powered by a twin-turbo 2.1-litre diesel engine with 201bhp and a thumping 369lb ft of torque, the CLS 250 CDI not only has more than adequate performance but also gives usefully lower fuel consumption and CO2 emissions than any of its six-pot siblings.

  • Mercedes CLA AMG

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    This steroid-enhanced version of the CLA-class comes with a potent 375-hp turbo four—need we say more? We will: There’s also a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic, all-wheel drive, and a sport-tuned chassis.