Warm weather is the perfect time for summer road trips. But being cramped inside a car that is not designed to travel long distances can turn vacation into an unwelcome thought. Traveling in the right vehicle is just as important for optimal enjoyment as booking the right hotel. If vacationing is a top priority on your summer to-do list, make sure you pick a vehicle to get you there comfortably and in style.
Modern technology and style are two reasons to make the Rolls-Royce Wraith your next summer road trip vehicle. Its twin-turbo engine will get you where you need to go quickly but be prepared to stop several times along the way for gas as it only gets thirteen miles per gallon in the city and twenty one on the highway. Rain is not a problem for Wraith driver’s as the vehicle comes with an umbrella stowed in each door.
Range Rover Autobiography
Choose the Range Rover Autobiography if you will be traveling with family or loved ones for the extra space and luxurious interior features. Its spacious cabin allows for plenty of cargo room and its nineteen speaker sound system is sure to entertain even the pickiest of back seat passengers. Pop in a movie or have the kids watch television in the backseat with one of the vehicle’s rear screens for optimal quiet time while traveling.
Porsche 911 Targa 4S
The Porsche 911 Targa 4S guarantees a fun drive no matter how long the distance traveled. The Targa blends a vintage Porsche look with modern upgrades, making it the best of both worlds. Standard options come with four wheel drive and a 3.8 liter engine with four hundred horsepower. Despite the tiny appearance, the Targa’s deep trunk and small back seats will hold enough luggage for a trip lasting a few days for a single person.
Mercedes-AMG E63 S
Heated and ventilated front seats and dual-zone climate control are two reasons to make your next road trip in the Mercedes-AMG E63 S. Other luxurious features include a handcrafted bi-turbo V-8 engine, all-wheel drive, a panoramic roof and an eleven-way airbag system for optimal protection. Its comfortable ride and large storage area are ideal for summertime road trips. A voice control system allows for hands-on driving to make sure you arrive safely at your destination.
Maserati GranTurismo Convertible MC
Leather seats with integrated headrests in both the front and rear seats makes for a comfortable ride in the Maserati GranTurismo Convertible MC. Front seat passengers can enjoy heated seats and temperature control panel. With room for four, a V-8 engine with a soft and quiet ride, and a convertible rooftop, the GranTurismo is a great vehicle for enjoying the sunshine on a warm summer road trip with the family.
Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4
Because of its small cabin, traveling alone is the best way to enjoy the Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4. With no manual options available, the Huracán features a 5.2 liter, V-10 engine with five hundred and seventy-one horsepower, rear wheel drive and a seven-speed dual clutch. An all-wheel drive and convertible version is available. The Huracán is best known for handling challenging roads and providing a view of the road ahead on its large widescreen.
Get there fast with the Ferrari FF, which is Ferrari’s only four-wheel drive vehicle. Known for its shooting brake, the FF provides plenty of room for a few adults and luggage. It boasts a 6.3 liter, V-12 engine with six hundred and fifty-one horsepower and a seven-speed dual clutch automatic. Folding the back seats down will add twenty-eight to forty-five cubic feet of storage area.
Chevrolet Corvette Z06
The eleven point one second quarter mile Chevrolet Corvette Z06 might not seem like the first choice for a road trip. But its excellent handling and luxurious features, including a removable roof panel, make it ideal for traveling in. It features a supercharged V-8 engine with six hundred and fifty horsepower and rear shelf space for luggage and clothing. As it is priced lower than other sport-racing cars, the Corvette Z06 allows you to save your money for your vacation.
Bentley Mulsanne Speed
Topping out at one hundred and twenty miles per hour, the Bentley Mulsanne Speed boasts enough room for one child comfortably in the back seat in addition to luggage. The vehicle comes with plenty of options to entertain adult back seat passengers including an optional refrigerator stocked with crystal champagne flutes. The Environmental Protection Agency estimates the 2016 model to get thirteen miles to the gallon combined, so be prepared to stop for fuel often.
Ashton Martin V12 Vantage S
The Ashton Martin V12 Vantage S tops out at two hundred and five miles per hour and has a zero to sixty two miles per hour time of 3.9 seconds. Known for not distracting the driver with too many technical features, the V12 Vantage allows occupants to focus on the remarkable ride and performance of the car itself. Its lavish interior and powerful engine makes it the best car for starting off your summer vacation.