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1978 MBZ SL280
Our collection now features the 1978 MBZ SL280A which is a mechanically sound choice for vintage car enthusiasts. It acquired immense commercial success, and was awarded for its exceptional quality and level of equipment. The R107 range was available with 6 and 8-cylinder engines. In 1973, in answer to the oil crisis, Mercedes got rid of the V8 as the entry level engine and replaced it with a six cylinder, in both SL and SLC – coupe – bodies. The R107 model range was manufactured for around a period of 18 years.
This was a homologation version of the big coupé, featuring a new all-aluminum five-liter V8, aluminum alloy bonnet and boot-lid, and a black rubber rear spoiler, along with a small front-lip spoiler. The 450SLC 5.0 was produced to homologate the SLC for the 1978 World Rally Championship.
AUDI R8 SPYDER V10+
When you want to feel like Iron Man, you get yourself an Audi R8. Best of the lineup is the V10 R8 Spyder. 532hp that propels you to 60mphs in 3.5 seconds. The driver always feels confident with the help of the Quattro technology that adjusts power to the wheels as needed. The magnetic ride suspension is adjustable to whatever mode you are on, whether is smooth cruising in the city or dynamic mode when you find some twisty roads. The acoustic folding roof is operational at speeds up to 30mph. This car can handle whatever you throw at and looks spectacular while you’re doing it.
Bentley’s first SUV does not disappoint. The Bentayga is a leather-filled, luxury machine that can handle any driving condition out there. With the bi-turbo W12 motor under the hood, you will never run out of power; this SUV has a top speed of 187mph and can get you to 60mph in 4.0 seconds.
Again, this is an SUV, but it won’t feel like that with an electrical system that virtually eliminates body roll.
Because it is a Bentley you can expect everything in the interior to be top notch. Forget about cheap plastic pieces in the interiors, Bentley only uses the best leathers, wood, and metals available. When you aren’t looking for your run of the mill SUVs this is the vehicle for you. Treat yourself to this amazing piece of luxury engineering.
The Continental GTC Speed is a stunning automobile that is guaranteed to get you the attention and the front parking spot no matter where you pull up. A ‘hold on to your hat’ machine, the 592hp twin-turbo V12 lives underneath the hood of this luxury convertible.
The Continental GTC Speed features a stunningly detailed luxury wood-trimmed interior, complete with a Breitling analog chronograph as well as the latest GPS-based navigation system.
The hi-fidelity sound system is second to none and ready for you should you ever get tired of the quiet rumble of this unique cars’ exhaust.
One of the best features of the Continental GTC Speed is the electronically-controlled adjustable suspension system which, at the touch of a button, can vary through ‘comfort mode’, which will make you feel like you’re riding a cloud, to all-out ‘sport mode’, which instantly stiffens up the suspension and gives you performance-handling to match any curve.
The GTC Speed gives you the best of both worlds; exotic performance with high-class luxury.
Bentley GTCs (New 2020)
The Bentley GTC shares the same breathtaking styling as the Continental GT and features a sleek and powerful design that will surely turn heads whenever you pull up. The new GTC is the epitome of the spirit of grand touring with its comfortability, exhilaration, and classic style. With a 6L, 12-cylinder engine, and 8-speed dual-clutch transmission, the GTC guarantees smooth & fast gear changes, as well as the ability to accelerate from 0 – 60mph in only 3.7 seconds. While we donʼt encourage you speeding, the Bentley GTC can reach an impressive top speed of 207mph! Inside you will find a luxurious, handcrafted interior with the classic Bentley wood trim, a stunning rotating display, and design that represents the ultimate in British craftsmanship.
The new continental GTC is the most technologically advance Bentley yet and features a wealth of innovative tech that is developed specifically to enhance your experience. While the GTC is made for an open-air experience, it has also been engineered to handle more wintry conditions with its new Active All-Wheel-Drive so you can enjoy the Bentley GTC all year long. Both front seats are equipped with cooling technology, as well as heated armrests & steering wheel for those cooler nights. The GTC is also designed to connect seamlessly with its central infotainment system that features Apple CarPlay, satellite maps, and even in-car Wi-Fi hotspot.
The new 2020 Bentley GTC sets new standards in craftsmanship and style and will
take your grand touring to thrilling new heights.
What is the most affordable way of getting yourself to 60 mph in under 4.0 seconds with no roof? Say hello to the Corvette Stingray. Effortless power with the comfort of a daily driver, it’s the perfect car for a weekend getaway.
With major styling changes to the C7 body style, these Stingrays offer the exotic looks the Corvette name deserves.
While it doesn’t have the insane power of the Z06, the 6.2L V8 in this car is no slouch. 460hp is enough to plaster a smile on your face should you happen to get on that accelerator.
The Stingray is a smooth, great handling sports car with head-turning looks and a historic pedigree.
The new and improved V10 in the Lamborghini family is the Huracan. This machine now comes with a 7-speed dual clutch transmission, so there are no longer any jerky clutches.
The Lamborghini Huracan’s new design is still very much classic Lamborghini with sharp edges and fighter jet like styling. This vehicle does not disappoint and is unmistakably and Italian bull. The V10 now pumps out 610hp and makes noises that will give you shivers down your spine, when it’s not pinned to the back of the seat.
The anti-Countach, this vehicle is so easy to drive and even, dare we say, comfortable. If we were to recommend an exotic car as a daily driver, the Huracan would win the vote.
Comfortable and easy to drive, it still offers that raw, in-your-face Lamborghini driving experience. Guaranteed to be one of the best drives available, the Huracan will not disappoint.
A Lamborghini with a 641-hp twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V-8, and a 0-62mph time of 3.6 seconds. Sounds like they made a new sports car, but did we mention it has a back seat?
This is Lamborghini’s first SUV since the LM002 and they did not disappoint. It is the perfect blend of a family hauler mixed with an unnecessary amount of power and exotic looks.
This truck will not blend in on the road, as the Lamborghini styling cues are evident from the sharp-edged exterior to the fighter jet-like cockpit. Impressive in every aspect, we are even comfortable with this Lamborghini going out in the snow.
This truck is the best way to stand out in a crowd and lets you bring your friends along for the experience.
McLaren 570S Spider
Welcome to the fleet – the McLaren’s “entry level” convertible, the 570S Spider. When a car maker starts their entry-level cars at $200k+ you know they must make good stuff. The 570S Spider is proof of that. This car is the real deal and an absolute speed machine.
Weighing in at just 3,300lbs, and with a 562 horsepower 3.8L twin turbo V8 sitting right over your shoulder, this car gives you a 0-60mph time in 3.1 seconds and a top speed of over 200mph (not that you’ll ever see that). It’s combined with a 7-speed dual clutch transmission which makes for a seamless driving experience.
Not only is this car quick but it looks great as well. It is a rolling piece of art. Did we mention the doors go up? That gets you from 0 to sexy in 2.5 seconds.
Lamborghinis and Ferraris are spectacular, but the McLaren driving experience is one not to be missed.
The Mercedes S560 is the flagship sedan for the company and the vehicle where all of Mercedes’ best tech is displayed.
The mid-cycle refresh of the S-Class includes updated exterior styling with redesigned headlights and front bumpers, and beneath that long hood is a more efficient 4.0L turbocharged V8 that puts out 14 more horsepower than the old version.
On the inside, look out for the stunning updated 12-inch display in the dash. Add some upgraded software and we have the best autobahn cruiser yet. As always the S-Class still has the same roomy back seats to accommodate your family or clients, and a massive trunk to haul your luggage along.
In our opinion, the best in German engineering, the S560 is capable and ready for any occasion.
Mercedes S63 Convertible
The S63 AMG convertible is attractive with 4.0-liter V8 Bi-turbo that produces an incredible 603 horse power with 9-speed shiftable transmission.
The S63 is attractive on the outside with a low, wide, and aggressive stance, a heavily-vented grill with front spoiler, a rear spoiler and dual exhaust that add to the sleek looks.
Opening the door of the S63, you see a beautiful designed luxury interior with front recliners car seats.
Mercedes-AMG S63 hand-built twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter. Outstanding V-8 with new Panamericana grille with striking vertical slats.
Mercedes-AMG’s convertible, attractive on the outside with a low, wide, and aggressive stance.
There is a heavily- vented grill with front spoiler, a rear spoiler and dual exhaust that add to the sleek looks.
The S63 is attractive with 4.0-liter V8 Bi-turbo that produces an incredible 603 horse Power with 9-speed shiftable transmission. Opening the door of the S63, You see a beautiful designed luxury interior with front recliners car seat.
When it comes to luxury SUVs, Rolls Royce just dropped the hammer. The craftsmanship is top notch, the materials are the best and the ride is exquisite. The Cullinan is named after the largest diamond in the world, and we must say that it is a fitting name. The first all-wheel-drive Rolls Royce has arrived, clearly designed for the wealthy person who is looking to climb mountains or venture out in the next blizzard in style.
Do not let the size intimidate you, the Cullinan has four-wheel steering at low speeds so you can be nimble around the mall parking lot. The 6.75L V12 engine also means there is plenty of get up and go to keep you moving.
The unmistakable grille and ‘Spirit of Ecstasy’ as always dress-up the massive front end of the car so there is absolutely no mistaking what kind of car is it. A true experience, if you are looking for the ultimate in luxury and have no problem with people staring, the Rolls-Royce Cullinan is a must drive.