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All-new McLaren Artura

High-Performance Hybrid powertrain of McLaren Artura sets new standards for the supercar sector


Introducing the New Super Chronomat, a supercharged all-purpose watch

Rolls-Royce Johannesburg

celebrates success at Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Regional Dealership

Justworx Daytona Rally

35,000 Combined Horsepower featuring South Africa’s Hyper and Supercar owners

Aston Martin

World title-winning Vantage hunts fresh grey glory in FIA World Endurance Championships

Seven Villa Hotel and Spa

Check out our review of the Superb Seven Villa Hotel

Baobab Suites, Tenerife

Luxury, privacy, freedom and so much more...

Rolls-Royce Ghost

This is the first look! Opulence and extravagance have given way to serenity and minimalism

Live your best onboard yachting life

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Aston Martin DBX - 'Best car design of the year' by Sunday Times

Debut luxury SUV from British carmaker wins prestigious accolade at The Sunday Times Motor Awards.

Shortlisted by News UK judges, the award is decided by reader votes.

04 October 2020, London UK: Aston Martin Lagonda’s first SUV, DBX, has been awarded the ‘Best Designed Car of the Year’ at The Sunday Times Motor Awards. While the shortlist is drawn up by judges at News UK, the winners are chosen by readers votes.

Will Dron, Editor of Driving.co.uk at The Sunday Times said, “A brand traditionally associated with sports cars had a tough job on its hands creating its first SUV, but the fact that Sunday Times readers voted the DBX their favourite design of the year — against some truly stunning competition — is a clear indication that Aston Martin got it the right first time. Congratulations!”.


McLaren's all-new High-Performance Hybrid supercar enters final stages of testing

‘Next-generation’ High-Performance Hybrid (HPH) supercar will be introduced in the first half of 2021.

McLaren’s first series-production hybrid features all-new V6 petrol engine and pure EV road driving mode.

All-new McLaren Carbon Lightweight Architecture (MCLA) pioneers a new age for McLaren advanced flexible chassis design.

High-Performance Hybrid powertrain and race-honed agility ensure trademark McLaren track performance.

McLaren Sports Series designation ends this year with exclusive, limited-run 620R completing production.

The first series-production High-Performance Hybrid (HPH) supercar from McLaren Automotive has entered the final stages of its development and test programmes, which includes running on public roads. Due to launch in the first half of 2021, the all-new supercar will open a new era of electrification for McLaren following the end of production of its Sports Series range.‘Next-generation’ High-Performance Hybrid (HPH) supercar will be introduced in the first half of 2021.


Panerai Submersible GoldtechTM Orocarbo - 44mm

Panerai continues its relentless pursuit of novel applications for materials.

The next frontier is a new and unusual combination in the Submersible family: a professional diving watch with experimental aesthetics.

The rare combination of innovation and tradition defies convention, Panerai expands the dimensions of its collection of diving instruments with an offering that combines two innovative materials for the first time: Panerai GoldtechTM and CarbotechTM. Though seemingly antithetical, the pairing is surprisingly complementary in the Submersible GoldtechTM – 44 mm (PAM01070).

Once again an exponent of the well tested 44 mm size, the new reference makes its distinctive character apparent through a balance between disciplined elegance and bold athleticism. Its personality is enhanced by a case made from Panerai GoldtechTM, a gold alloy with an intense and stable colour made possible by its significant copper content and enrichment with platinum.

The dial features applied indexes and satiné soleil decoration, an unconventional embellishment in the Submersible collection.



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