Porsche are renowned for their supercars, and for good reason, too. The German automotive brand has been rolling off beauties from their production line for decades, and the 911 is arguably their most famous. Throughout the lifetime of the 911, there’s been plenty of variants, including the RS range.
When you consider top of the range SUVs, most people typically think of a Range Rover Velar, Mercedes GLE or a Bentley Bentayga. Many other brands try and compete, but it’s very rare that alternative models make any sort of impact on the market. Although, back when Volkswagen released the first version of their Touareg, it did manage to capture the attention of millions.
When it comes to supercars, we typically look at the Bugatti Chiron, Lamborghini Huracan, McLaren 720S and the Ferrari 488 as sitting comfortably at the top. But, the thing with those, is that they aren’t exactly exclusive. If you’ve got enough money spare in your bank account, you can just hop online an order one. On the other hand, there’s certain supercars which have been manufactured solely to create jealousy.
When Alfa Romeo released Giulia Quadrifoglio, their awesome sports sedan, not many people expected it to gain such widespread popularity so quickly. But, it did, and Alfa Romeo put their thinking caps on to conjure up a way to utilize that new-found popularity.
Rev your engines and get excited, because AMG boss, Tobias Moers, has finally confirmed that a GT Black Series is going into production, and should be released by 2020. The news was announced at the recent Geneva Motor Show, and they also revealed that another version will also be created, which will sit just above the GT R.
The Volkswagen Golf has arguably been the dominant force in the hatchback niche over the last five years, and there are a number of reasons why. Firstly, it looks incredibly stylish, but still possesses enough space and practicality to function as an awesome family car.
In recent times, Ferrari have tirelessly objected to the idea of branching out into other markets and adding an SUV or EV to its production line. However, it seems they’ve now recognized the value of expanding, and have decided to manufacturer both types in the foreseeable future.
When it comes to British design, you won’t find any product in the world that encapsulates the idea more than the Rolls-Royce. Ever since the company was founded back in the early twentieth century, they’ve been producing some of the most luxurious vehicles in the world.