If the gleaming cars on show at this year’s Paris Motor Show are a true reflection of the automotive mood, then designers seem to be feeling blue.
At the 2014 Paris Motor Show, these five supercars, concepts and luxury vehicles stand out as some of the most remarkable.
Ferrari will produce only 458 cars in a special Spider limited edition of its 458 Speciale, according to the website 4WheelsNews.
Rolls-Royce plans to expand its lineup with a new convertible that will go on sale mid-2016.
Bugatti is concluding its “Les Légendes de Bugatti” family of special editions with the sixth member dedicated to company founder Ettore Bugatti.
The 2015 BMW Individual 6 Series Gran Coupe Bang & Olufsen Edition, which is equipped with a high-end audio system, starts at $116,240.
15 unique Bentley Mulsanne 95 models will be offered for sale as part of the British company’s 95th anniversary.
Rolls Royce has revealed the Phantom Drophead Coupé Waterspeed Collection special edition to commemorate Malcolm Campbell’s Bluebird K3 world waterspeed record.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will keep a lid on production of new Ferraris over the next five years despite huge demand in emerging markets like China.
BMW’s M division has marked the 30th anniversary of the M5 with the unveiling of the most powerful version of the iconic four-door saloon yet.
Porsche has finally revealed the first details for the entry-level model that will fit below the Macan S in the company’s new SUV lineup.
The Rolls-Royce Pinnacle Travel Phantom is designed to celebrate the Chinese love of travel and the success of the Bespoke program in China.
Car-maker Ford is set to debut its premium brand, Lincoln, in seven Chinese cities later this year.
Bugatti has launched the fifth special edition Veyron Vitesse model in the six-part ‘Legends of Bugatti’ series: the ‘Black Bess’.
Mercedes has unveiled the SL 400, the new model designed to replace the SL 350 in the brand’s line-up.
Rolls-Royce is looking to introduce a hybrid model into its lineup within the next three years.
At the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars unveiled Ghost Series II to the world.
Maserati unveiled the Alfieri, a 2+2 concept car to celebrate the brand’s centenary at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show.
It looks as if one of the stand-out luxury automotive trends for 2014 is going to be bespoke customization.
Just like Ferrari, Rolls-Royce has confirmed that 2013 was a record year for clients customizing their cars and the trend looks set to continue.