7 Most Expensive Luxurious Cars To Purchase in 2024 

Whether it's an SUV or a limousine, a car has to be constructed with the greatest materials, have the newest technology, and provide the most opulent experience in order to be ranked among the top luxury vehicles available for purchase.

7 Most Expensive Luxurious Cars To Purchase in 2024 

Whether it's an SUV or a limousine, a car has to be constructed with the greatest materials, have the newest technology, and provide the most opulent experience in order to be ranked among the top luxury vehicles available for purchase.

Once associated with the luxury automobile market, saloons (or limos, most of the time) have seen a surge in popularity as a result of Range Rover's success, which has allowed numerous automakers to capitalize by offering opulent SUVs in their lineups. Even the fuel used in these vehicles is changing, with the Rolls-Royce Spectre and BMW i7 models adding all-electric drivetrains.

The most luxurious cars available for purchase

To determine which luxury vehicle is the best, we've extensively examined every one that's currently available for purchase in the UK. See our ranking of the top 10 luxury vehicles, arranged in reverse order, below.

  1. Porsche Panamera

Despite being in production since 2016, the current Panamera maintains its youthful appearance thanks to a 2021 facelift. There is even an estate "Sport Turismo" version so your dog can enjoy the extravagance. 

Similar to the Porsche 911, the Panamera is a prime example of development that follows evolution rather than revolution, and it is evident that the most recent model is a logical advancement from the previous model. Thankfully, this indicates that it appears more attractive than the original. The 911 style characteristics are still present despite the lines being softer, and the driving experience has been improved to increase the vehicle's range.

It still has an abundance of performance and is just as driver-focused as before. However, the air suspension can be easily changed to comfort mode at the touch of a button, keeping backseat passengers relaxed and comfortable.

  1. Rolls-Royce Phantom

Without a question, the Phantom is a fantastic vehicle. It has a 6.75-liter V12 petrol engine that generates a respectable 900Nm of torque in addition to 563bhp. With this, you can accelerate from a standstill to 62 mph in 5.3 seconds and reach a restricted top speed of 155 mph by planting your right foot.

The least you should be prepared to spend is in the region of £400,000, which is appropriately high given the Rolls-Royce's imposing proportions and choice of 14 or 21-inch wheels. This figure rapidly points upwards if you even glance at the list of available possibilities.

  1. Rolls-Royce Spectre

Over a century and a half after Charles Rolls prophesied that electric vehicles would rule the road, the Rolls-Royce Spectre is the first electric vehicle to bear the Spirit of Ecstasy. It also marks the beginning of a new era for the British company, which had promised to switch to electric vehicles by the end of the decade. For some, it is also the spiritual successor to the Phantom Coupe. 

However, there are still some teething issues. At cruising speeds, it exhibits remarkable refinement, has well-judged handling, and can go up to 329 kilometers on a single charge. However, the regenerative braking system can be a little too obtrusive, and the suspension makes this three-ton car notably unsteady when driving at moderate speeds, especially around town.

  1. Bentley Continental GT

The Bentley Continental GT gets its moniker from being a luxurious "grand touring" coupe that can travel across continents without breaking a sweat. There are two engine options available: a 650-horse W12 or a 542-horse V8, albeit Bentley's 12-cylinder engine will no longer be produced after 2024.

Inspired by the Bentley badge's wings, the inside is a sight for the fortunate few who get to sit within. For instance, the dashboard gracefully "flys" out from the center console and continues into the door trims, encircling the occupants with a ring made of leather and wood.

  1. Rolls-Royce Ghost

The latest aluminium chassis from Rolls-Royce, dubbed its "architecture of luxury," serves as the foundation for the Ghost. It is also located beneath the flagship Phantom, the all-electric Spectre, and the Cullinan SUV.

The Ghost could hardly be described as subtle, but it is still five meters long and 2.5 tons heavy, perhaps a bit less ostentatious than its Phantom sibling. With a 4.8-second 0-62 mph time and a top speed of 155 mph, the 6.75-liter V12 petrol engine in the Ghost provides 563 horsepower, so you shouldn't have any trouble merging from slip roads.

  1. Mercedes S-Class

Even after all these years, driving a Mercedes-Benz S-Class is still one of the most elegant and tranquil sensations available. There are no vibrations through the steering wheel or pedals, and there is no wind noise or tire roar even on the freeway.

The Mercedes just absorbs the lumps and bumps in the road as if they were never there, and you glide along, oblivious to the faults in the surface. You get the ultimate luxury combination when you combine this engine—which is so quiet you'll frequently think the start/stop system has kicked in—with a smooth nine-speed automated gearbox.

  1. Range Rover

Although it may not have a very different appearance from the model it replaced, the most recent Range Rover is the best full-fledged luxury 4x4 available right now. Compared to its predecessor, our 2022 Luxury Car of the Year provides more remarkable on-board technology, more comfort, and a larger selection of powertrains. An all-electric Range Rover is really scheduled to debut in 2024.

That is not to argue that the Range Rover has softened, as it continues to emphasize its status as an opulent SUV. It can still handle driving across a continent on a motorway with the same ease as it can handle a muddy field. Its addition of rear-wheel drive also makes it surprisingly agile at low speeds while being bigger than before.

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