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Top 10 most luxurious supercars in the world

If you want to own a super trendy supercar, you will not be able to ignore the luxury cars of famous brands such as BMW, Audi, Bentley, Alfa Romeo, Ferrari, Lexus, or Porsche, etc. Let’s check out top 10 most luxurious supercars below!

1. Ferrari Challenge Stradale

The all-new racing style utilizes F1’s Electrohydraulic 6-speed gearbox, one of the three commercial versions of the Ferrari F360, produced from 1999 to 2005.

2. Alfa Romeo 147

Small family car was produced in 2000. This model is designed based on the running gear of 156 saloon model was produced from 1997 to 2005.

3. Audi A5

Luxurious 4-seater luxury coupe and luggage compartment volume more than 450 liters. In addition to the sporty design, the car easily attracts the attention of customers with sunroof and comfortable seats to help users can easily go through long journeys.

4. Audi R Zero Concept

The car has a sporty, eco-friendly, all-electric design, with the following specifications. Maximum power of 1091 horsepower. Able to accelerate from 0-100km in 3 seconds, maximum speed can be 460 Km/h.

5. Audi TT Roadster

A convertible version manufactured by Audi with 3.2L V6 engine, 24-Valve, DOHC, MPFI Engine, maximum power of 250 hp at 6300 rpm and 6-speed automatic transmission.

6. Bentley Continental Gt Diamond

Noble car of Bentley firm. The special edition has a milky yellow color called “diamond” because it was produced to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the hand-assembled factory of Bentley in Crewe, UK, shipped from November 2006.

7. Bentley Continental Gtc

The Continental GTC is captivating by its “very British” style, which is both simple and powerful, retaining the character of Bentley cars, and acquiring new Audi-Volkswagen styles. With this engine, the car can accelerate from 0-100 km/h in 5 seconds and reach a maximum speed of 312 km/h.

8. Bmw Z4

Z4 is the luxurious and elegant convertible of BMW. The most striking feature of this new Z4 is the hardtop design, instead of the soft roof like the previous version.

9. Bmw Z4 Coupe

Z4 Coupe, powered by a 3.0 SI, 6-cylinder engine in line with top speed of 250 km/h. Outstanding with curves and veins floating on the body. This is a real sports car when the ability to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 5.7 seconds.

10. Bmw Z4 M

The Z4 M is the fastest convertible sports car of the German automaker, with a capacity of 343 horsepower, Z4 M takes 5 seconds from 0 to 100 km/h, 0.1 seconds less than the SLK55 AMG and faster 0.5 seconds compared to Boxster S, top speed 250 km/h.

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Two of Rolls-Royce’s super-luxury cars

The legendary maker of some of the most super-luxury cars you can buy has had a reputation of exemplary engineering since its introduction in 1906. Although the vehicles are still built in England, today Rolls-Royce is actually owned by BMW. The most expensive Rolls-Royce is the Phantom; for the ultimate in top-down motoring, there are also the Dawn, the Wraith, as well as the Cullinan.

Rolls-Royce Phantom

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

Owners will love it at least as much for the extravagant statement of wealth and status it endows and for the unmatched sense of occasion you enjoy when travelling in one. But, while many won’t ever know as much, the latest Phantom is also an utter joy and a rare pleasure to drive.

Its superbly comfortable and singularly isolating ride comfort can be sampled from the back seats, of course, and is like nothing else you’ll encounter in a car: gently loping and deliciously indulgent-feeling but also supremely quiet and smooth, despite Rolls-Royce’s fitment of the latest run-flat tyre technology.

Rolls-Royce Cullinan

Goodwood’s Marmite addition to the super-luxury segment arrived in 2018, in response to a significant amount of Rolls-Royce customer feedback that a more daily-usable, all-surface-capable, family-practical model would be a very welcome way to augment the firm’s showroom range.

The Cullinan has been met by enough criticism of its design, from all quarters, to have set in aspic a sense that its maker has taken a significant risk in introducing a car that some have described as awkward and unlovely and others have slammed in even less sympathetic terms. But if Rolls-Royce’s market research holds true, and a year’s worth of confirmed orders is a good sign that it will, the collective revulsion of those who wouldn’t have bought a Cullinan anyway will do little to prevent it from becoming a commercial success.

There is certainly as much to like about life onboard this car as there might be to dislike about either the idea or the appearance of it. This is a true Rolls-Royce, and among its dynamic strengths are outstanding mechanical refinement, unimpeachable ride comfort and excellent drivability.