Tag Archives: British

Mansory Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II Plays it Safe

For much of its existence, Mansory seemed to be cultivating a reputation as the tuner that taste forgot. Sure, its reinterpretations of vehicles from Ferrari, Porsche and other top-shelf car companies were distinctive, but very...


Bentley Grand Convertible Concept is Opulence Incarnate

There’s little denying that the Bentley Continental GTC (and the myriad factory-tuned versions thereof) is a swanky, spend-it-if-you’ve-got-it sext message to conspicuous consumption. After all, not even the 1% (or the 0.001%, for that matter)...

Rolls-Royce Maharaja Phantom Drophead Coupe Curries Favor

Roughly 100 years ago, when India was still very much a British territory, the Subcontinent’s indigenous rulers – the Maharajas – started purchasing and traveling around in opulent, highly-customized Rolls-Royce automobiles. Over the ensuing years...






RevoZport RHZ is a Refreshed McLaren 12C

Even though it has been supplanted by the so-extensively-updated-it-warranted-a-name-change 650S, the McLaren 12C is still a dynamite car. And RevoZport’s take on the 12C – dubbed the RHZ – is even more explosive. This $16,800...