World’s Most Luxurious Cars Going into Production in 2024: British and German Designs at Their Best

When it comes to ultra luxurious cars that are produced en-masse, German and British manufacturers have established a nearly unrivaled oligopoly. Nevertheless, the richest people of this planet continue to have plenty of choices for the next yacht on wheels they will be buying. Today we will introduce a couple more of newcomers that have the most sophisticated interiors, noiseless cabins, softest suspensions and incredibly powerful engines.

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#1 Mercedes-Benz GLS and Maybach GLS
Mercedes has got some catching up to do with the luxury SUV segment, so their flagship internal combustion giant goes through the facelift across all modifications. The typical set of upgrades includes a larger grille, slightly reshaped lights, new colors.

#2 2024 Bentley Bentayga EWB
2024 Bentley Bentayga EWB is 7 inches longer that the regular model and offers 4 or 5 seats, with an optional Rear seat entertainment package.

#3 2023 Rolls-Royce Phantom
2023 Rolls-Royce Phantom arrives with a customer-requested facelift, a bespoke Phantom Platino version, and the usual 6.75 W12 under the hood.

#4 Ferrari Purosangue
Ferrari still won’t admit that they release an SUV, because the 2024 Ferrari Purosangue is marketed as a four-door sportscar.

#5 2024 Bentley Flying Spur Speed
2024 Bentley Flying Spur Speed is a high-performance version of the brand’s luxury sedan, that produces 626 horses and 207 mph.

#6 2024 Rolls Royce Spectre
2024 Rolls Royce Spectre is the first ever electric Rolls Royce that will establish the class of ultra-luxury electric super coupes.

#7 2024 Mercedes-Maybach S-Class Haute Voiture Limited Edition
Any Maybach is a piece of art, but a model that is promoted by the German manufacturer as a fashion statement you can drive is on a whole new level. The S680 will be Limited to 150 units.

#8 2023 Rolls-Royce Black Badge Wraith Black Arrow
The Black Arrow moniker pays tribute to Thunderbolt eight-wheeled speed monster which set the world record in 1938, rocketing almost to 358 miles per hour using the two V-12 airplane engines provided by Rolls-Royce.

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