Posted Friday, November 19, 2021
Luxury vehicles are exquisite, powerful, and loaded with available features that you just won’t find in ordinary cars. If you have often dreamed of owning a luxury vehicle and find yourself in a position to make that dream a reality, you may be wondering what all the fuss is about. Owning a luxury car comes with many perks that you are sure to love. Let’s take a look at a few of the many benefits of owning a luxury vehicle.
There is absolutely no doubt that luxury vehicles tend to turn heads whether on the street, at the local country club, or rolling up at your next formal event. When an Audi R8, Aston Martin DBS, or a Rolls-Royce Wraith pulls up on the scene, it’s as if time slows to a crawl, if only for a moment. Luxury vehicles such as these are unique with custom features you won’t see anywhere else.
Take the Mercedes-Benz AMG GT, for instance, with its sporty overtones, aggressive stance, and attention to detail. Its flair for the dramatic and extreme driving dynamics are matched by its luxurious cabin. With this Mercedes-Benz, you get a seamless combination of sports and luxury that an ordinary sports car just doesn’t offer. This is only one example of the selection of luxury vehicles you can choose from as you search for the perfect luxury car for you.
Many luxury cars offer interior comforts not found anywhere else, like the Bentley Continental GT’s rotating dashboard. This feature allows you to choose from the high-end veneer you chose, a 12.3-inch touch screen, or upscale analog dials displaying a compass and chronometer and the outside air temperature. When you need to be ready to celebrate with a toast at a moment’s notice, the Rolls-Royce Cullinan comes with a built-in Champagne chiller.
Maybe you are a stargazer, and you have a favorite constellation; now you can have that constellation in the headliner of a Rolls-Royce Wraith. Of course, this feature is painstakingly done by hand, taking two of Rolls-Royce’s master craftspeople between nine and 17 hours to complete. There’s no limit to custom features available to luxury car owners.
Luxury brand vehicles tend to be the first to try new and improved technologies. This means that your luxury vehicle may have technology that isn’t available in ordinary cars, bringing you the best cutting-edge tech on the market. Much of what you find in regular cars, such as adaptive cruise control, a head-up display, voice-activated features, and lane-keep assist, was adopted early by brands like BMW and Mercedes-Benz.
Have you ever thought your phone would make a great key fob? If not, Lincoln has implemented new tech that allows drivers to use their phones to unlock, start, and drive their vehicles. You can even send a digital key to other people who need to use your car.
Luxury car brands don’t just sell you a car and cut ties — they are available to help you learn all of your new vehicle’s ins and outs. For example, if you just can’t figure out your new infotainment system, you can call companies such as Lexus, BMW, Genesis, and others, and they will invite you to the dealership for a Q&A session. If you can’t make it in, they may even send someone out to help you grasp how your luxury vehicle’s features work.
Luxury brands are all about the experience, from start to finish. Many luxury brands set up a VIP experience to deliver your new luxury vehicle to you. For example, BMW and Volvo invite you to see your vehicle roll off the assembly line and be the first person to drive your car. Acura takes this one step further, and future owners of the new Acura NSX are invited to the assembly plant floor to attach the Acura badge to their soon-to-be vehicle.
Luxury automotive manufacturers such as BMW, Cadillac, and Mercedes-Benz host driving experiences where you can find out what your vehicle or one just like it is capable of on the track. These experiences are educational, with seasoned track pros as instructors, allowing you to discover the full potential of your vehicle. Top-tier Ford models are privy to these types of experiences as well. Who wouldn’t want a chance to take their luxury vehicles through the paces?
Would you benefit from preferred access to restaurants, hotels, spas, and more? If so, you may want to purchase a Mercedes-Benz. Lexus offers a list of preferred partners offering special experiences and discounts. Lexus also has a dining partnership with Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group, granting you exclusive access to its New York and Dubai locations. Maybe Lincoln’s Black Label is more of a fit with premier travel and dining perks and a complimentary year of Clear, allowing you to speed through the airport’s TSA checkpoints.
Powerful engines and exemplary performance aren’t exclusive to American muscle cars. Many luxury vehicles, such as the Audi R8 and the Aston Martin DBS, are more than impressive performance vehicles. For example, the Audi R8 is powered by a 5.2-liter V-10 engine with 532 horsepower and 398 pound-feet of torque. Its track-capable suspension and handling rivals the top performance track vehicles and still retains street drivability.
The Aston Martin DBS is a sporty touring coupe that packs a punch. Its 715-horsepower V-12 can propel it to an astounding 211 mph while maintaining a luxurious look and feel. In addition, the Aston Martin DBS boasts the luxury interior you would expect in a touring coupe with available carbon-fiber, satin-finished chrome, or open-pore ash wood trim options to complement its fine leather seating, dash, and door panels. These are only two of a monstrous lineup of luxury vehicles with impressive performance stats for you to consider.
If you are ready to experience all the inherent benefits of owning a luxury vehicle, Exclusive Motorcars is here to help. Let our customer-centric sales team guide you through the process of purchasing the luxury car of your dreams. Contact us or visit our conveniently located dealership in Randallstown, Maryland, to browse our selection of luxury cars today. Our sales colleagues will be glad to introduce you to the luxury car that tickles your fancy with a test drive.