Rolls-Royce was officially established as a company by Charles Rolls and Henry Royce in 1906, and the two would go on to make the company a powerhouse in the automobile and aviation industries alike. Founded over one hundred years ago in Manchester, England, these car making legends have created some of the finest luxury automobiles ever produced. Today,
There are few premium car manufacturers in the world that can compete with the so-called "German Big Three" in terms of the all around performance of their vehicles, not to mention appearance and luxury. The “German Big Three” includes, of course, Audi, Mercedes-Benz and BMW.
With a roomy interior that comfortably seats 5 people, four doors, and all the luxury one could expect from an Aston Martin vehicle, the Aston Martin Rapide S will all but spoil anyone who owns it. The car has a base price of $202,775. Between the car’s luxuries and its incredible performance capabilities (especially in terms of speed), the Rapide S looks like one of the top cars produced in 2015.
Based in Sussex, England, Caterham Cars was founded in 1973. Not coincidentally, this was the same year the company purchased the rights to the (then Lotus) Seven. The company was established for the specific purpose of creating lightweight, high performance sports cars. The company specializes in manufacturing Formula 1 vehicles, so acceleration and speed are often the focus of Caterham’s cars. This is especially true of the Caterham Seven.
One of the most storied and legendary cars in Porsche’s catalog is the Porsche 911. The 911 was first manufactured in 1963, meaning 2013 was the 50 year anniversary of the car’s production. This two door sports car has managed to outlive nearly every other automobile in the history of the industry for a number of reasons.