The luxury car company releases two unique convertibles
Bentley has just unveiled two very unique Continental GT V8 Convertibles. In collaboration with Pantone, the global color authority, the luxury auto company released two cars in the Pantone Color of the Year 2016. For the first time, Pantone chose two colors of the year: Rose Quartz and Serenity. ... More
Motorhomes have a bad reputation for being tacky vacation vehicles for retirees in bucket hats, but these super high-end motorcoaches disprove that theory with their marble floors, Jacuzzis, roof decks and Swarovski crystal ceilings. Suddenly, a monthlong road trip doesn’t sound so bad after all.
2017 Foretravel Motorcoach ... More
Colorado’s Gateway Canyons Resort truly has it all
There are destinations in America that have been constructed specifically to cater to our notion of “the bucket list.” Visiting these places are rites of passage, adventures that must be experienced first-hand, checked off the list (and Instagrammed). For children, it may be Disney World. For bachelors, it’s Las Vegas. ... More
Bentley’s new supercharged flagship is a glorious study in contradiction
Mulsanne has long reigned atop the British automaker’s family of models. But one shouldn’t be fooled by the car’s past as a chauffeured, upstairs-downstairs scenario on wheels. Given the new Mulsanne Speed’s 6 ¾-litre, twin-turbo V8 engine—the 7,000-pound, blue-blooded beast roars from zero to 60 mph in 4.8 seconds, topping ... More
The luxury automaker’s new drophead coupé is the most bespoke car on the market today
The Phantom Coupé has been retired and the new Dawn, which just arrived at dealerships in May, is already stealing the scene.
Hand-built in Goodwood, England at the Rolls-Royce factory, a single Dawn takes a team of over 60 craftsmen working more than five days to assemble (including steps like six ... More
Ford Motor Company's in-house Futurist shares her thoughts on the evolution of luxury, and where we're headed next
According to certain academics, we are in the midst of what’s known as the “Post-Fordist” era. Sheryl Connelly might not have gotten the memo. As Ford Motor Company’s in-house Futurist, it’s her job to think in terms of decades, not fiscal quarters. As we move away from industrialized mass production ... More
For a burgeoning number of premium Miami condominiums, creative car conveniences are key
During the past six years, Miami condo developers have revved up standard amenity packages with over-the-top offerings like pet spas, recording studios and private indoor pools. But having largely exhausted the possibilities for on-site entertainment, some are now focusing on helping residents get out of the house, with perks for ... More