A select group of Robb Report Singapore readers and car enthusiasts will be invited to test drive this convoy of exciting luxury cars.
Aston Martin Vantage
As the marque’s sportiest member, the Vantage will give you an advantage on the roads.
The Vantage nameplate was first used in 1977 and the car was known, amongst other things, for its butch, muscle car looks and for being James Bond’s car of choice in The Living Daylights.
Jaguar F-Pace SVR
The SUV with the heart of a sports car, it has a fearsome reputation as one of the finest-handling vehicles in its segment.
The F-Pace is Jaguar’s first SUV, and to ensure it keeps with the carmaker’s reputation of lithe machines, its chassis is comprised mostly of aluminium, with the SVR badge reserved only for its maddest vehicles.
The segment's Italian sensation benefits from modern chassis technology to deliver an unforgettable drive.
If there ever was an award for car that went through the most bodystyles, that would probably go to the Ghibli. The first Ghibli was a two-door GT, the second one was a compact coupe and the current, third-generation car is a sports saloon.
Porsche 911 Carrera 4S
The world's most recognisable sports car comes with a stylish new update, in the form of subtle cosmetic changes.
While it’s nominally a mid-range 911, the new Carrera 4S is as powerful as a range-topping Turbo S from three generations ago and will get from 0-100km/hr a third of a second quicker.
The Cayenne's little brother holds its own, especially with its sexy curves and sharp handling.
Porsche’s second SUV was launched in 2014, though it would remain nameless from the time of its official announcement in early 2011 until a year or so later, with people taking to calling it 'Cajun' a portmanteau of "Cayenne Junior” during that period.
Range Rover Sport HST
The 'T' stands for 'terrific' as it gives fantastic mileage as an off-road crusader, family car or even a road-trip tourer.
Before even the Evoque and later the Velar, the Range Rover Sport was the venerable British carmaker’s attempt to appeal to a younger audience as evidenced by the audaciousness of the 2004 Range Stormer concept car.
Tesla Model S P85D
This is Tesla's electric dream machine, an electrifying combination of good looks, high performance, and modernist interiors.
The Model S was not the first electric car, but it was certainly the one that catapulted them into the limelight, with its staggering power output, insane acceleration and most of all, daily suitability — its range is in excess of 400km.
Volkswagen's entry into the premium segment is substantiated by its top-notch high-tech features and smooth, comfortable ride.
The Touareg is arguably the most important car that the German automaker has released so far in this century. The first-generation model was a joint project between Volkswagen, Audi and Porsche, and would go on to spawn such bestsellers as the Touareg itself as well as the Audi Q7 and, of course, the Porsche Cayenne.
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