Here is a list of the best super luxury cars are Rolls-Royce Phantom, Rolls-Royce Ghost, Bentley Flying Spur and Mercedes-Maybach S-Class ect.
Most of the contenders here are limousine saloons large enough to form the typical three-bedroom dwelling look small, but one or two of the foremost demure and desirable SUVs within the world make the cut also.
If you would like the previous word in opulence, sophistication, sense of occasion and conferred status from your choice of car, this is often the niche you’ll be shopping in. There isn’t a car here that you simply can purchase for fewer than a six-figure outlay, and one or two might even cost you seven figures. for normal super-luxury class clientele, after all, to be denied the chance to double the value of your car in making it absolutely your own would be the last word turn-off.
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.
Ten years after BMW first acquired the Rolls-Royce name, the Phantom Coupé you see here joined the saloon and Drophead Coupé to become the third, and final, body style in the Phantom line-up. It’s the most driver-oriented motor car in Rolls-Royce’s range of ‘full-size’ – gargantuan by the other carmaker’s standards – models, although the smaller Ghost could have the sting here because it is simply as big as a Bentley Mulsanne.
Rolls-Royce Phantom Specs
|ARAI Mileage||9.8 kmpl|
|Engine Displacement (cc)||6749|
|Max Power (bhp@rpm)||563bhp@5000rpm|
|Max Torque (nm@rpm)||900Nm@1700rpm|
|Boot Space (Litres)||460|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||100.0|
The Ghost was a line within the sand for Rolls-Royce when it appeared in 2009: the start of a change that took the company’s annual production volume from many to many thousand cars per annum.
Now in its second-generation, the Phantom’s understudy has evolved substantially. Where the Ghost’s mechanical underpinnings were once adapted from those of the BMW 7 Series, it now shares an equivalent ‘Architecture of Luxury’ platform because the Cullinan and Phantom. There also are innovations like Rolls-Royce’s mass dampers for the front suspension, and a lively anti-roll bar for the rear axle, both of which help bring ride-quality closer than ever thereto of the Phantom.
Rolls-Royce Ghost Specs
|Emission Norm Compliance :||BS VI|
|Engine Displ. :||6750 cc|
|Max Power :||563bhp@5250rpm|
|Max Torque :||820Nm@1500rpm|
|Top Speed :||250 Km/h|
|Adjustable Driver Seat :||Yes|
|Adj. Front Passenger Seat :||Yes|
|Heated/Cooled Seats :||NA|
Bentley Flying Spur
Bentley’s four-door ‘Continental’-series limousine started off its modern life because the Continental Flying Spur in 2006, only dropping the nomenclative prefix that links it with Crewe’s current two-door GT with its biggest model overhaul yet in 2014.
But the Flying Spur is now in its third generation – something that’s not difficult to detect from the prouder, more muscular design, which borrows heavily from the foremost recent, attractive Continental GT coupe. Crewe’s ‘junior’ saloon also benefits dramatically from a replacement platform, which was co-developed with Porsche and uses four-wheel steering and active anti-roll bars. It also better insulates the fantastically opulent cabin from the road, and provides the idea for genuinely good driving dynamics. Grip, balance and steering are all noticeable improved.
Bentley Flying Spur Specs
|Engine||3993 – 5950 CC|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||90 Liters|
|Ground Clearance||110 mm|
|Mileage||10.2 Kmpl – 12.5 Kmpl|
The richest and most special car in what could be the foremost universally respected and admired limousine home in the planet , the Mercedes-Maybach S-Class is that the modern standard-bearer for Daimler’s Maybach super-luxury brand.
To judge by appearances, you’d say it had been a minimum of the maximum amount S-Class as Maybach, and that’s the results of Daimler’s strategic decision, taken a couple of years ago, to broaden the reach of the Maybach marque by creating ‘halo’ Maybach models across a number of its more normal Mercedes coach ranges. The ultra-rare, Simon Cowell-spec, Maybach-only 57 and 62 limousines were at an equivalent time consigned to history.
Mercedes-Maybach S-Class Specs
|ARAI Mileage||7.08 kmpl|
|Engine Displacement (cc)||5980|
|Max Power (bhp@rpm)||630bhp@5000rpm|
|Max Torque (nm@rpm)||1000nm@2300-4200rpm|
|Boot Space (Litres)||500|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||80.0|
If it’s exclusivity you crave, don’t be fooled by the BMW badge on the long bonnet of the Alpina B7. Of all the supremely special and rare cars on this list, perhaps only the Mercedes-Maybach is as unlikely to hove into your view on public roads, and therefore the typical B7 price-tag of on the brink of £200,000 after options reflects that.
As ever with Alpina, there are two sides its version of a series-production BMW model. On paper, figures of 600bhp and 590lb ft from the twin-turbocharged 4.4-litre V8 suggest the B7 functions as an out-and-out alternative to the M7 BMW won’t build. And terms of performance, perhaps this is often the case – the B7 benefits from considerable modifications to both its powertrain and suspension so as to form it not only faster than the other 7-Series, but also better-handling.
However, B7’s true calling-card is elegant rolling-refinement to travel along side its combination with almost sportscar levels of body control and a degree of agility totally out of kilter with the luxury-saloon clique. it’s an exceptionally well-rounded machine, and only Bentley’s Continental Flying Spur gets the higher of it during this respect.
Alpina B7 Specs
|Horsepower||600 hp @ 5500 rpm|
|Torque||590 lb-ft @ 2000 rpm|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||20.6 gallons|
he Mulsanne’s body cloaks an entirely new chassis for a Bentley. It consists of double wishbones at the front and a multi-link system at the rear. The body is suspended via an adaptable air suspension system that allows the car to lower its ride height at speed and maintain good body control and level suspension irrespective of load.
The Mulsanne’s powertrain is a totally refreshed version of Bentley’s 6.75-litre twin-turbocharged V8, now producing 505bhp and 752lb ft of torque. Other engines were considered, Bentley says, but dismissed because they wouldn’t produce the effortless low-rev torque that owners of grand Bentleys expect.
Bentley Mulsanne Specs
|ARAI Mileage||10.1 kmpl|
|Engine Displacement (cc)||6752|
|Max Power (bhp@rpm)||505bhp@4000rpm|
|Max Torque (nm@rpm)||1020Nm@1750rpm|
|Boot Space (Litres)||410|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||96.0|