Why not enjoy a taste of the A-Lister life by renting one of our luxury rides to get you from destination A to B in South Florida? And when we say luxury, we really mean it – check out our stunning Rolls Royce Ghost for a taste of exclusiveness, or our Bentley Flying Spur for a seamless blend of performance and prestige.
Rolls Royce GhostGhost artfully distils the Rolls-Royce history, heritage and ethos into its simplest, purest expression. Elegant, effortless and perfectly crafted, Ghost\'s luxury is matched by a remarkable V12 engine that gives the driver total command of the road. To celebrate this flawless engineering, we have created a Ghost like no other: V-Specification, the most powerful Ghost ever made.
Rolls Royce prides themselves in designing, engineering and crafting incredibly approachable vehicles. If you are looking for pure and simple, yet jaw dropping luxurious; look no further. We have the Rolls Royce for you.
Rolls Royce has excelled in assuring that their cars be designed, engineered and crafted to be so invitingly approachable; so simple, that it\'s drivers have found Rolls Royce appropriate for any occasion. The Rolls Royce Ghost isn\'t short on elegance or street presence either. Inside, it\'s like being cocooned in your own convivial private sanctuary with a long list of luxuries not seen in other cars. Ghost\'s ride is so incredibly smooth and accelerates from 0-60 in 4.7 seconds. Underneath Ghost\'s long bonnet, lies a 6.6-liter twin turbocharged direct injected V12 that produces a stupendous 563 HP and 575 pounds per feet of torque @ 1500 RPM. All Ghost have a ZF 8 speed automatic transmission.
Rolls Royce reports that their ultra luxurious daily driver, Ghost, does 15 MPG in the City and 20 MPG on the highway.
Bentley Flying SpurFrom the sharp lines of its super-formed aluminium exterior to the hand-crafted hides and veneers that adorn the interior, the expertise of Bentley’s craftsmen is evident throughout the Flying Spur . Every seam in the A-Grade leather is individually sewn. Every layer of veneer is lacquered and polished by hand. The entire cabin, from the wood and the leather to the architecture that supports the car’s digital technology has been fitted by hand.
Porsche PanameraDespite the differences in dimensions and design, a reviewer noted that the Panamera\'s driving dynamics were close to that of the 911, and it "seems to occupy the no-man\'s-land between really good sports sedans and proper sports cars", and so far the Panamera has won every comparison test against other four-door performance cars on the market. Function was also praised, with the 15.7 cubic feet (440 L) hatchback trunk, and the four-corner adaptive air suspension that retained superior handling while also providing a comfortable ride for public roads.
Mercedes S550However, the S class’s most byzantine feature must be Magic Body Control, supplied with the optional hydraulic active body control (ABC) suspension. It employs the car’s stereoscopic, or twin, cameras to “see” bumps in the road ahead and then relaxes the suspension to the consistency of overcooked macaroni in time to float the body over the obstacle. It is a truly bizarre feeling to expect to be tossed into the roof at 30 mph over a speed bump, only to feel…nothing. How Europe’s crowned heads would have treasured this feature a few centuries ago as ruts and diseased peasants lay in the path of their chaise-and-fours!
BMW 650i Gran CoupeThe 2013 BMW 6-Series Gran Coupe is 4.4 inches longer than the coupe, which mostly goes to the rear occupants to improve rear-seat comfort. It features an aerodynamics body kit, sport exhaust including black chrome exhaust tips, black-painted brake callipers, LED foglamps, and 19-inch wheels in M double-spoke design. The sporting theme continues inside the car in the form of special M Alcantara/leather sports seats with blue contrast stitching, M leather steering wheel, aluminum trim, and doorsill with M logo.
BMW 7-SeriesThe full-size 7-Series sedan is the largest and most luxurious model in BMW\'s lineup. The 7-Series benefits from a host of new standard equipment for the latest model year, including remote services, BMW Apps, real-time traffic information, BMW Assist eCall, BMW Online, BMW TeleServices and a dynamic instrument cluster. Additionally, the iDrive infotainment system now features a touchpad for "writing" numbers and letters for tasks like entering navigation destinations or saving phone numbers. The navigation system was recently revised with crisper graphics and new 3D elements, and BMW has added an enhanced voice recognition system that allows the driver to dictate and send emails without removing his or her hands from the wheel.
Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead
The Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe is a British handmade luxury car manufactured by Rolls Royce that debuted at the 2007 North American International Auto Show in Detroit Michigan on 7 January 2007. The platform is based on the 2003 Rolls-Royce Phantom and has styling heavily derived from the 100EX a concept car unveiled to celebrate the companys centennial in 2004. It is currently the most expensive Rolls Royce model at $533000 (2015). Several Drophead Coupes were featured in the 2012 Summer Olympics closing ceremony.