Top 5 Luxury Cars for 2013
Today’s luxury cars boast more than just fancy names. Owning one ensures membership into an elite club whose perks almost outweigh the pleasure of owning such a fine piece of machinery. In some cases, you’d think the cars were a side benefit. But this years fleet proves that theory dead wrong.
Without further adieu, let’s take a look at what makes 2013’s Top 5 Luxury Cars so elite.
5. Rolls Royce Phantom Series II
When it comes to Luxury cars, the Rolls Royce Phantom Series is certainly a “go to” example of a luxury automobile. Rolls Royce engineers have updated this new Phantom Series II including a revised GPS system with 3-d topographical maps, a multimedia controller, ans a sharp 8.8 inch central display inside. On the exterior, there is the updated the front end, sleeker headlamps, and reshaped bumpers designed to house a whole new LED accent. Ranging in price from $403,970 to $475,000, luxury drivers will instantly know why Rolls Royce has come to be associated with unmatched excellence.
4. Ferrari Enzo
With an original price tag of $670,000, this Ferrari claims a unique spot among elite automobiles in that it is officially the hottest, most sought after super-car ever assembled. Topping out at a blazing 217 mph and a zero to 60 mph time of only 3.4 seconds. With a limited production run of only 400 cars these beauty’s are now going for over $1,000,000 at auctions.
3. Maybach Landaulet
With rear dropping, fully convertible roof, this $1,380,000 Maybach has been dubbed the priciest luxury sedan on the market today. Designed and marketed to the successful CEO looking to make an impression while maintaining an ultra work environment while traveling the town penning new deals.
2. Lamborghini Reventon
What goes from zero to 60 mph in only 3.3 seconds, has a top speed of a whopping 211 mph, and comes with a price tag of only $1,600,000? The Reventon of course. Deemed the toughest, most expensive Lamborghini on the market today, this rare speedster only had a total of twenty built.
1. Aston Martin One-77
The secret for this one lies in its name. You see Ashton’s “One-77″ translates quite literally to luxury and strength all-in-one and a limited production of merely 77 ever made. Ringing in with a $1,850,000 price tag, a 750 horsepower engine, a zero to 60 time of a blurring 3.4 seconds, and top speed of 220 mph this “one” can’t help but be the top of its class.