The sports design of this 26-meter yacht has evolved from its preceding models, the 63 Vertigo and 68 Ego. Intended for long cruises and daytime trips, the Domino has numerous recreation areas, both in the bow and the stern, as well as in the bridge. This pleasurable triangle-shaped yacht looks haughty, with her white and infinite mats, before the astonished stare of navigators who admire her glory.
Rolls-Royce has celebrated the closing of the 2012 London Olympics with a trio of special edition models sporting for the first time in the automaker’s 108-year history a brand new badge design. The new badge, which replaces the traditional double R, was penned by Rolls-Royce’s own Bespoke Design Team and features a British Union Flag motif instead of the usual flowing gown of the automaker’s Spirit of Ecstasy symbol.
Mercedes-Benz integrates Apple’s Siri technology into it’s A-Class electronics systems, Bentley incorporates the iPad into it’s Mulsanne Executive and Dior launches an online magazine 2011 was undoubtedly the year that luxury brands accepted and embraced social media.
The Porsche Boxster RS 60 Spyder is a tribute to the Porsche 718 RS 60 Spyder that won Sebring 48 years ago. And though it is a limited edition Porsche with only 1960 vehicles being produced it’s probably more likely that your dollars will get you one of these than any original RS 60 unles you’ve got $800,000 lying around.
How exclusive? Only 30 examples will be produced from BMC's factory in Switzerland with an eye-watering price tag of €20,000 (NZ$32,728) and available from one of Lamborghini's 120 dealers worldwide or selected BMC stores.
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