Ones to watch: December
There's a depth and breadth of brands and models in our showroom this month. Supercars, sports cars, grand tourers, classics and everything in between, you can find something to suit most lifestyles and budgets in The Gallery.
BUY NOW: 2016 McLaren 675LT Spider
A limited series of 500 units sold like hotcakes back in 2015 with McLaren Special Operations specified cars being particularly prized by enthusiasts, collectors and investors alike ever since. Here, in a majestic MSO Lantana Purple, the Spider complete with McLaren’s 3.8-litre twin-turbocharged V8 delivering 666bhp and 700Nm of torque seamlessly transforms from coupe to open-top, allowing an uninterrupted soundtrack which can be further enhanced by lowering the rear window.
BUY NOW: 2013 Ferrari F12berlinetta
In 2012, Ferrari replaced the 599 GTB with a new 12-cylinder flagship, the F12berlinetta, launched at the Geneva Motor Show. Alonso remained at Ferrari until the end of the 2014 season, but no Alonso edition of the F12 was ever produced, despite customer outcry for a continuation of the team driver association with flagship production cars. This 2013 Rosso Scuderia F12berlinetta has taken inspiration from the previous generation's special edition, complete with the white accents from the era's racing division liveries and the telltale 'ALO' cherished plate, the car fills the need for the continued association to the next, and arguably, greatest generation of 12-cylinder berlinetta.
BUY NOW: 1969 Aston Martin DB6
The handsome DB6 was the last of the original DB series of Aston Martin cars and is often regarded as the most usable of all. Launched at the 1965 London Motor Show at Earls Court, it proved a favourite amongst rock stars including both Paul McCartney (Goodwood Green) and Mick Jagger (Midnight Blue) to cement its desirability right at the heart of the late sixties music scene, complete with the reappearance of opening front quarter light windows for the sixties smoking musician.
BUY NOW: 2020 Bentley Continental GT V8
The Continental GT is a sublime combination of grace, potency, and glamour. With this latest iteration, Bentley has cemented its place as the true benchmark of the modern grand tourer. In Dragon Red II paintwork with black pack accents, this example truly epitomises Bentley delightfulness. The latest car boasts a more refined design than its predecessor which is accentuated in this colour combination, as well as helping it to stand out from the more frequent black and grey colour choices.