The Geneva International Motor Show is quickly approaching and luxury automakers have been releasing images of the vehicles they plan to showcase, many of which are sports cars. Porsche, McLaren and Aston Martin all plan on focusing attention toward their race cars as opposed to broader consumer vehicles.
Apple Inc.’s forthcoming smartwatch will appear on 12 pages of the March issue of Vogue, as the device's April release date approaches. The high-end wearable appears alongside luxury and fashion brands for good reason – the lowest-priced Apple Watch will still cost nearly double most of its competitors.
American and European travelers can’t claim to be the only top luxury travel spenders anymore—and least according to a new survey of Latin American big travel spenders. International Luxury Travel Market (ILTM), which stages both ILTM Americas and Travelweek Sao Paulo by ILTM, has released findings from a new poll, “Highlighting the Power of Latin American Luxury Travelers,” which shows demand for high-end travel from across Latin America.
Aston Martin's new Vulcan is aptly named. Like the Roman god it borrows its name from, the British car maker's new, limited edition supercar is, well, blazing hot. Oh, and it shoots flames out of its side-exit exhausts. This is the most extreme Aston Martin ever made since the One-77, and just 24 will be going on sale.
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