The Bentley Azure was launched in 1995 and based on the platform of the Continental R coupé which had been launched in 1991. The Azure often surprised with its size and bulk, intended to both convey a sense of presence and allow for comfortable seating of four adult passengers.
The Arnage is over 5.4 metres (212 in) long, 1.9 metres (75 in) wide. For a brief period it was the most powerful and fastest four-door saloon on the market.
The Final Series also marks the 50th anniversary of Bentley’s V8 engine. The 2009 variant of the engine is still loosely based on the same design that was introduced in the 1959 Bentley S2.
The Barchetta is a stylish, sweet handling and reliable car. styling touches that are deft and distinctive, the Barchetta has become popular with people looking for a sports car that's a bit different. the left-hand drive, position is a positive advantage, meaning you can enter and exit from the kerbside.
Rekindling BMWs past history of building roadsters in the 1930s through to the 1950s, the Z3 debuted in 1996 and was immediately noted for its appearance in the James Bond movie GoldenEye. Proving to be a success at introduction, the BMW Z3 became a performance icon for the German automaker through the late 1990s.
Introduced in 1995 to worldwide acclaim, the MGF car heralded the return of MG to volume two-seat sports car production that the marque vacated with the close of Abingdon in October 1980. It was created using novel design and a very considerable degree of ingenuity. What the car has achieved and its longevity is a testimony to the success of the work of those engineers.
The first time you sit in a Range Rover and casually roll over every kind of obstacle – deep snow, ice, water, muddy ravines, rocky cliffs – you will still be jaw-droopingly amazed at its muscular, easy confidence.
In 1994 Rolls Royce Motors (who at that time owned the Bentley brand) previewed a convertible concept car at the Geneva Motor Show - the Concept Java. The car was designed to be a highly desirable Bentley, but smaller, more affordable, yet still exclusive in order to maintain the integrity of the brand. It was to appeal to a new range of potential buyers and generate increase sales volume for Rolls Royce (at the time the current Bentley Continental R was an ultra-exclusive £180,000 in the UK, within reach of a very select market selling only 2-300 units a year).
Launched to acclaim in 2003 at the Frankfurt Motor Show with a Volante following in 2004, DB9 was the first car to be produced at Aston Martin's new Gaydon Headquarters. Powered by a V12 engine.
With such an illustrious model line spanning over 50 years, creating the latest 'DB' was an incredible challenge. Combining great design, engineering and technical expertise to produce a car which like it's predecessors is timeless in name and elegant in design.
The revised version of the car was launched as the Arnage Red Label in October 1999. At the same time, but without the fanfare, Bentley made several minor modifications to the original BMW engine cars, and designated them as the "Arnage Red Label" for the 2000 model year. As part of the modification process, the Red Label cars received stiffer body shells and larger wheels and brakes.
The Porsche Boxster is a mid-engine two-seater roadster built by Porsche. The Boxster is Porsche's first road vehicle to be originally designed as a roadster since the 550 Spyder.
The Porsche 993 is the internal designation for the version of the Porsche 911 model manufactured and sold between January 1994 and early 1998 (model years 1995-1998 in the United States), replacing the 96964. Its discontinuation marked the end of air-cooled Porsches, with the 993 being the last air-cooled 911. The 993 generation of the 911 is often referred to as the best and most desirable of the 911 series, not only because of its beauty, but also because of its great performance, even by modern standards. The 993 is quoted as "the last complete 'modern classic'.