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  • Custom badges on the McLaren Speedtail

    McLaren is putting the finishing touches on its fastest car ever. Dubbed the Speedtail, it's the latest in the automaker's Ultimate Series and is set to make a public debut Oct. 26th. Ahead of the reveal, McLaren is asking Speedtail buyers for final input into the design of their own cars. One way they can do so is with a unique custom badge, such as the one shown here finished in 18-karat white gold with carbon fiber inlays. The British automaker refers to it as a badge of honor. It's yet another way in which McLaren's bespoke MSO division can deliver truly unique features for any buyer...

  • McLaren 570GT MSO Cabbeen Collection
    McLaren turns to Chinese fashion line Cabbeen for a limited-run 570GT

    McLaren have teamed up with Chinese fashion house Cabbeen to introduce a special limited-run variant of the 570GT. The idea behind the car is to showcase the philosophy "Designed in China, built in the United Kingdom." Just five examples will be built, and the car is being shown to the public at...

  • Rolls-Royce Black Badge Adamas Collection
    Rolls-Royce Adamas series has carbon fiber Spirit of Ecstasy

    Rolls-Royce is embracing its dark side. The British automaker is on a quest to expand its bespoke offerings, and the Black Badge cars are part of this journey. Now there's a handful of new members in the group and you can refer to them as the Adamas Collection. There will be 40 Wraiths and 30 Dawns...

  • Rolls-Royce Sweptail
    Rolls-Royce wants even more bespoke cars, options

    For many, a Rolls-Royce simply isn't attainable. However, for the wealthy who make up the über-luxury brand's target market, it appears the current stable of opulent options and dashing cars won't do. No, in the future, Rolls-Royce wants to move to even more bespoke cars and options. That's...

  • Ken Okuyama Kode 0
    Ferrari Enzo designer bringing another V-12-powered one-off supercar to Pebble Beach

    If Ken Okuyama's name doesn't sound familiar, his work surely is. He's the designer responsible for the iconic Ferrari Enzo. That name should ring a bell. Okuyama hasn't hung up automotive design since then, and his latest creation is set to debut at Pebble Beach this week. The one-off Ken Okuyama...

  • Ferrari Sergio
    One of six Ferrari Sergios is for sale for $5 million

    The Ferrari Sergio—produced to mark the 85th anniversary of Pininfarina and the late Sergio Pininfarina—may not be the Prancing Horse's best-known sports car, but it's certainly one of the rarer modern nameplates Ferrari has produced. In fact, only six of them were built and each was...

  • Rolls-Royce commission suite

    Most of us will never be fortunate enough to experience the Rolls-Royce buying process, but at least the brand is kind enough to show us how it all goes down. In this video, Rolls-Royce's Bespoke Sales Manager for North American and Europe, Nick Osy de Zegwaart, takes viewers inside the company's Commissioning Suite, known as the Sir Henry Royce Atelier, and showcases the power buyers wield over what intricate, exclusive details go into building their new opulent ride. First, buyers are greeted by a wall of speedforms depicting a Rolls-Royce, each of which are each individually finished in...

  • Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe Blue Magpie
    Rolls-Royce looks back at a year filled with bespoke beauties

    Rolls-Royce cars are expensive, rare, and endlessly luxurious. They're also sold to clients who often want what others can't have. That's why Rolls-Royce has its own special Bespoke department, which exists to make its demanding and discerning customers' dreams come true. This creates a world...

  • Rolls-Royce personalization
    Rolls-Royce Enjoys Getting Personal, And So Do Its Customers

    If you can afford a Rolls-Royce, you're obviously a person who prefers the finer things in life. Your shirts are tailored, your suits are custom made, and you enjoy a bit of personalization in the goods you buy. This extends to your vehicle, which is why the car builders at Rolls-Royce offer up...

  • Rolls-Royce Bespoke Art Deco Collection Ghost
    Rolls-Royce Bringing Art Deco To The Bangkok Motor Show

    At last September’s Paris Auto Show, Rolls-Royce Bespoke introduced a series of cars influenced by the Art Deco movement. On display in its Paris booth were Art Deco Ghost, Phantom and Phantom Drophead Coupe models, which Rolls Royce agreed to build as limited-production special editions...

  • BMW Individual 7 Series by Didit Hediprasetyo
    BMW Presents The Individual 7 Series Designed By Didit Hediprasetyo

    If you don’t follow the world of fashion (and until designers start racing, that includes us), you might not be familiar with the name Didit Hediprasetyo. The Paris-based Indonesian designer has his own line of fashion, and his creations are best known for their lightness and sophistication...

  • Bespoke Rolls-Royce Phantom Mirage Coupe
    One-Off Rolls-Royce Phantom Mirage Is For Horse Lovers Only

    In 2008, Rolls-Royce announced a new Bespoke Collection exclusively for Phantom buyers in the Middle East. One of these was the Phantom Mirage, inspired by a legendary white Arabian stallion bearing the same name. At the time, the Rolls-Royce Phantom Mirage was available in the buyer’s choice...

  • Rolls-Royce Bespoke vehicle customization service

    Not only are luxury auto sales at record levels, they are also being personalized more so than ever before.

  • 2013 Lotus Esprit
    First Details On New In-House Developed Lotus V-8

    We’ve known for some time that Lotus was working on a new V-8 engine for its upcoming Esprit supercar, even word that the automaker was pulling funding from other projects to ensure that both the new engine and the supercars that it will eventually power are truly world class. Now the first...

  • 2013 Lotus Esprit Concept
    Lotus Esprit Coming In 2013 With Unique 570-Horsepower V-8: Report

    The 2013 Lotus Esprit is to be the first of a new-generation of luxurious sports cars from one of the most renowned performance marques in the industry. Styled under the watchful eye of former Ferrari designer Donato Coco, the new Esprit has already been previewed in concept form and is destined to...

  • MINI Inspired By Goodwood
    MINI To Use Goodwood Label For Bespoke Range Of Models: Report

    Most readers would recognize the Goodwood name as either being the home of the Goodwood Festival of Speed, an annual event in the UK that draws the latest in supercars and British motorsport personalities, or the home of luxury automaker Rolls-Royce. Soon the Goodwood name may be recognized for...

  • Aston Martin One-77 up for sale
    Only Ten Aston Martin One-77s Left, Dealer Ads Start Showing Up

    Reports came out last year claiming that the stunning new Aston Martin One-77 supercar, which is being produced in a limited run of just 77 cars, had been sold out within months and that 10 of the cars were going to just one buyer from the Middle East. While these reports later proved to be untrue...

  • Aston Martin One-77 spotted on the streets of Monaco
    First Aston Martin One-77 Delivered To Monaco Customer

    The first deliveries of the much-hyped Aston Martin One-77 supercar have quietly started, with the first example of the limited edition beauty being delivered to a customer in Monaco this past week. The first car, finished in a solid black, was seen parked outside the Hotel de Paris, right in the...

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