If someone is willing to pay a six to 7 figure for a car, they would definitely expect the purchase to excel in any way imaginable, so striking looks and gut punching performance, must be matched with the outrageously sophisticated interior. However, even in the class of ultra-luxury automobiles, not all makes are created equal. Some of them possess truly exotic in-cabin comforts and tech handcrafted to impress the most demanding design connoisseurs. In this episode we will be showing you the newest of such examples that elevate car interior design to an independent form of art.
More news about sports cars that appeared in previous releases of #AutomotiveTerritory :
Upcoming supercars revealed for the 2021 model year: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yhxTKXNgLMw
Most recent sports cars reveals: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=48jBpGivZ-M
List of all vehicles that were shown in this #AT_New_Cars release:
De Tomaso P72 GT: detomaso-automobili.com/p72/
This exotic Gran Tourer is the first automobile to be built by the Italian De Tomaso, since it was acquired by the Chinese Ideal Team Ventures in 2014. When it comes to cabin design, De Tomaso calls it minimalistic, but we cannot back up this statement. The interior of the car is wrapped in caramel-color leather, the seats have diamond stitching, plus there lots of polished copper accents.
Apollo Intensa Emozione: apollo-automobil.com/apollo-ie/
Designed to deliver its driver the most intense emotions of excitement, thrill and even fear, Apollo Intensa Emozione is a royalty in the hypercar world, that will see just 10 units produced.
Hispano Suiza Carmen: www.hispanosuizacars.com/carmen
Back in 1938, the Dubonnet Xenia coupe never explored its potential and remained a one-off example of unmatched aerodynamic sophistication, luxury and performance. Today it is reimagined as an all-electric Carmen hypercar.
SPYKER C8 Preliator: spykercars.com/models/C8-Preliator
This Dutch niche manufacturer of sportscar has been in the industry for twenty years, producing over a dozen of its original Spyker C8 modifications. Their exterior was always influenced by the current trends of the segment, but the true gem of these cars is undoubtedly their interiors.
Koenigsegg Gemera: www.koenigsegg.com/gemera/
We wouldn’t expect the world’s first grand touring hypercar to be offered with a shabby interior, so Koenigsegg Gemera delivers its 1700 hp plugin beast with a full 4-seater layout performed in bright yellow alcantara.
Italdesign Voyah i-Land: italdesign.it/italdesign-supports-birth-of-voyah-i-land/
2021 Italdesign Voyah i-Land is the first electric car from the new Chinese brand Voyah that gets modern interior with lots screens and a 3-seater layout.
Rolls Royce Ghost: thenewghost.com/
Already revealed in its standard and extended wheelbase options, the new generation Ghost abandons its BMW-sourced underpinning and moves to new “Architecture of Luxury” platform used by other Rolls Royce models.
Lamborghini Sian and Sian Roadster: lamborghini.com/en-en/models/limited-series/sian-roadster
2020 Lamborghini Sian and Sian Roadster were created to raise the bar of exclusivity in the already posh hypercar world. Similar to the Aventador SVJ both by platform and mid-mounted 6.5-liter V-12, the Sians are still set apart by the exclusive interior and unique 819-horsepower hybrid system that ditches a heavy network of batteries in favor of supercapacitors.
Bentley Flying Spur: bentleymotors.com/en/models/new-flying-spur.html
Last year brought to us the 3rd generation Flying Spur sedan, built on a brand-new platform with a 5.1-inch longer wheelbase. The model was launched with a 6-liter W12 engine, but now, it also getting a more driver-oriented 8-cylinder version. Other 2021 changes touch upon the Flying Spur’s interior.
Mercedes-Benz S-Class: www.mercedes-benz.com/en/vehicles/passenger-cars/s-class/
Within this bunch of exotic cars, the new flagship of Mercedes the S-Class could be labeled as the mass market luxury model, that, however, isn’t lacking anything in terms of passenger comfort.
Cadillac Escalade Viceroy Edition: lexanimotorcars.com/vehicles/Cadillac
The new Escalade has not even hit the dealerships yet, but the California based boutique conversion company, Lexani, have already worked out the way to turn it into the ultimate VIP limo named the Viceroy Edition.