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Aston Martin DBS Superleggera

The ‘Brute In A Suit’ – Now In A Red Velvet Dinner Jacket. But All The Attributes We Appreciate Of The DBS Superleggera Are Still There.


Aston Martin Vantage

The Vantage was designed to take on the venerable 911 head-on, resulting in the sharpest knife in Aston’s drawer.


BMW M Series X5 M50d

The M50d’s Robust Power Reserves, Exceptional Flexibility And A Very Slick Eight-speed Auto Mean It Stacks Up As A Totally Effortless And Unobtrusive


BMW M6 Convertible

BMWs have always been about the drive and this M6 Convertible ensures that. Unlike the regular 6 series, the M6, like the M5, is fitted with a hydraulic-assisted power steering system that weights up nicely in corners and provides welcomed feedback for the spirited driver.


Ferrari 360 Spider F1

The 360 Modena marked a significant departure from Ferrari’s previous wedgier design language, made famous by the 308GTB/GTS to the F355 it replaced.


Ferrari California

Ferrari revived the California nameplate in 2008, having previously used it in the 250 GT California Spyder of the 1950s and the 365 California of the 1960s.



Austin Mini Clubman

The Classic Mini is a beloved car that has become an icon of British automotive history. Initially launched in 1959, the Mini was designed by Sir Alec Issigonis, who sought to create a small, fuel-efficient, affordable and practical car.


Dino 308 GT4

Shown to the world in 1973, the Dino 308 GT4 incorporated several firsts for Ferrari. It was the first production Ferrari with a V8 engine, and their first mid-engined 2+2 sports car.


Ferrari 328 GTS

The Ferrari 328 was made famous by Eddie Murphy in the ‘80s blockbuster Beverly Hills Cop 2.


Ferrari 348TS

Introduced to replace the elegant but ageing Ferrari 328, the Pininfarina-designed 348 flaunted a radically different but no less stunning design language from its predecessor.


Ferrari F355 Spider

1 of only 2 F355 Spiders in town! Considered by many as one of the most desirable old-school Ferrari thanks to its classic Ferrari wedge-shaped design and retro pop-up headlights…


Ferrari F355 Spider

To many, the Ferrari F355 is considered the ultimate “old school” V8 Ferrari – classic Ferrari vibes with daily drivability.