Our Cars Are The Newest, Cleanest & Most Luxurious in the NYC Area! 


Our Cars Are The Newest, Cleanest & Most Luxurious in the NYC Area! 

Meet the Continental GT – a compelling statement of performance, luxury and automotive beauty.The awe-inspiring Speed* is the latest addition to the Continental range – and, with it, come immense levels of power and drama. Available in coupé and convertible body styles, it possesses a specially calibrated powertrain with a phenomenal W12 engine tuned to deliver relentless power turn after turn, mile after mile. And with Bentley Dynamic Ride and all wheel steering, it provides pulse-quickening agility and control. A unique Speed design highlights its elevated status within the range.

Rolls-Royce traditionalists will scoff at the idea of an SUV. The word utility shouldn’t even be in the same paragraph as the Rolls-Royce name, never mind describe one. Yet here we are. Named after the largest diamond ever discovered, one which now resides in the British Crown Jewels, the Rolls-Royce Cullinan is the brand’s first-ever SUV. Actually, Rolls would rather have you call it a high-bodied, all-terrain luxury car. Which actually fits the Cullinan quite nicely. Semantics aside, though, Rolls-Royce traditionalists shouldn’t turn their nose up at the Cullinan, because it’s exactly what the brand needed.

The C8-generation Corvette is easily the most anticipated American car of the last 20 years, one with impossibly high expectations from customers, journalists, and GM itself. It must be a grand tourer, sports car, track car, drag racer, and golf-club hauler, displaying versatility not expected of any other model. That’s the Corvette’s dilemma: Because it has doubters, it must do everything flawlessly. The completed car stands on its own. This is the performance bargain of the century.

Though it might not look it, the Ferrari 488 Spider is a major step forward for the Italian firm. Upon its introduction for the 2016 model year, the 488 ushered in the first use of a turbocharged V8 engine in a Ferrari since the legendary F40. It showed the company’s direction, whether enthusiasts liked it or not, into the world of turbocharged engines. Its predecessor, the 458, was considered by many to be the benchmark for the class, but the 488 acquitted itself immediately. The 2021 Model year brings with it a huge amount of new features

The Lamborghini Huracán is the perfect fusion of technology and design. With its crisp, streamlined lines, designed to cut through the air and tame the road, you’ll get a thrill just by looking at it. The only thing better than taking in this beauty from a distance is actually touching it. The finest Italian craftsmanship lavished on finishes of unprecedented prestige and quality. Sculptured and sensual, the Huracán’s design is based on the spiky hexagonal forms of the carbon atom, while the seamless roof profile is an unmistakable mark of the Lamborghini DNA.

Say hello to BMW’s largest, most expensive M car. Based on the standard 8 Series, the M8 stands at the peak of the M-car range above the pint-sized M2, the compact M3 and M4, and the midsize M5. The M8 competes with other performance fastback four-doors such as the Audi RS7 and Mercedes-AMG GT63, as well as powerful electrics, including the Porsche Taycan Turbo and Tesla Model S

The R8 is Audi’s flagship mid-engine supercar, a screaming V-10 monster that shares its platform and running gear with the Lamborghini Huracan. Audi introduced the current, second-generation R8 for the 2017 model year; revisions for 2021 include the permanent addition of a RWD variant and the departure of the non-Performance AWD R8.

Somewhere between an automobile and a mobile idol to luxury is the Rolls-Royce Wraith. This massive four-seat coupe debuted for 2014 with the same title as an iconic Rolls-Royce model from the 1930s. While some Rolls models are intended to be chauffeur driven, the Wraith is meant to be enjoyed by whoever’s behind the wheel. Nonetheless it features the same extravagant appointments as any other Rolls-Royce model.

If both stomach-clenching performance and catching people’s attention are highly important to you, the 2021 BMW X6 M will not disappoint. As the sloped-back counterpart to the BMW X5 M SUV and the raciest version of the regular BMW X6, the mid-sizer with a mean mug boasts an incredibly powerful twin-turbo V-8 and a body style that separates it from the status quo. While the X6 M’s design might strike some as grotesque, and its 600-plus horsepower and six-figure price might seem excessive, don’t forget that BMW was responsible for the original coupe-SUV mashup.

The 2021 Mercedes-AMG G63 is all about making things seem effortless, whether that’s blasting down the autobahn with the doing triple digits or crawling rocks in Moa. It also will undoubtedly make your valet experience effortless as those guys are sure to leave your truck up front. This modernized version of the iconic original G-class has all of AMG’s go-fast bits and baubles, including a 577-hp twin-turbo V-8 engine under the hood. Inside, a host of contemporary infotainment and tech features is at your fingertips and your behind is perched on a leather-wrapped throne with just the right amount of bolstering to keep you upright during off-road antics.

No automaker approaches luxury quite like Range Rover. After more than 50 years in production, the Range Rover has become a statement-making luxury vehicle. Although it’s set up to provide excellent on-road comfort, it stays true to its roots with impressive off-road capability. 

A truly first-class travel experience. The sublime and beautifully appointed interior of the Range Rover features executive four-seat comfort with five-seat versatility. Rear seats have increased recline and deeper cushioning for greater comfort.