Looking for new Rolls-Royce? Or a Mercedes? Seeking a car for personal use or commercial purposes? Here at F1 Auto Cars we offer a wide diversification of car models to ensure we meet our clients desires. We understand that purchasing a vehicle requires expertise and knowledge this is why we hold a wide range of car variants to ensure that we are meeting your specific needs, through authorized dealers and via parallel imports. To make your purchasing easier, we also provide a price-list of these cars, their reviews and repair facilities. Our extensive range includes parallel imported cars, you can choose from a list of; BMW Parallel Importer or Mercedes Parallel Importer and many more….
Parallel imported cars have formed an integral part of the Singapore auto market for many years, this allows car dealers to offer their respective clients with alternative choices. We are able to sell car models that other authorized dealers find too expensive or complicated to import into the country, an example of these cars may include cars brought into the country from a Bentley Parallel Importer and/or Rolls Royce Parallel Importer. Unfortunately, over the years we have witnessed malicious activities associated with parallel importer dealers, however, this issue has only been witnessed amongst a minority. Parallel imports are a favorite amongst car dealers in Singapore .
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The Audi Q7 ranks highly among luxury midsize SUVs because of its engaging performance, high-end interior, and user-friendly features. Equipped with lavish interior, athletic handling, impressive optional V6 engine and comfortable, supportive seats, Audi Q7 is the epitome of luxuriousness and quality.
Bentley Flying Spur
If you are looking for the extraordinary combination of sports extravagance and excitement, Bentley Flying Spur is the ultimate 4-door sports car. swathed in leather and built for effortless speed, the car also has an optional bespoke crystal champagne flutes, with a longer wheelbase and substantially updated tech.
Bentley Mulsanne is a rare beast. This huge, hugely comfortable, hugely luxurious vehicle is conventionally pretty. Thanks to foam-filled tyres, even over coarse surfaces there is barely any road noise at any speed. With 250mm of extra space between its front and rear wheels, and the, multi-adjustable electrically operated airline-style seats, offer a truly first-class experience.
Bentley – Continental GT
As a favorite of rappers, superstar athletes, and million- and billionaires, the Continental GT has something for everyone. Bentley's two-door grand-touring car is offered as a fixed-roof coupe or a soft-top convertible. It dances up mountainous switchbacks and its air-suspension provides a sublime ride.
Luxury, power, space, and speed are the Bentayga's four key traits that make it a highly desirable entry in the SUV world. Its power delivery is creamier, and its performance feels more robust during passing maneuver. Filled with rich-smelling leathers, real wood, and genuine metal accents, the Bentayga's cabin is one of the most luxurious on sale.
Mercedes Benz AMG Line A200
Step into a well-spaced A-class and you’re greeted with a clean, premium-feeling cabin slathered in leather and pin sharp, modern widescreen displays. It has scrapped its rotary, click and touchpad controls for a simpler track pad layout. it’s hushed and smooth enough for pleasant motorway cruising. Available in Hatchback and Sedan.
Mercedes Benz AMG Line CLA200
A coupe with unique offering and styling from certain angles. Looks and feels luxurious inside and out. New equipment improves the value equation. Improved connectivity thanks to phone integration tech.
Mercedes Benz AMG Line GLE450
The Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class has an excellent in-dash navigation system with augmented reality, a snappy drivetrain and plenty of luxury features. An excellent choice for those who want the latest and greatest in technology matched with a responsive chassis and power plant.
Mercedes Benz AMG A35
The A35 fields a 306bhp engine, a standard seven-speed DCT transmission and four-wheel drive. Fast on the straights and in corners. High-end cabin. The cheapest AMG you could ever find. The base price looks tempting, not just for that mechanical spec but also for the brilliant interior quality.
Mercedes Benz G63
The leaps forward in road manners, cabin design and quality take the G-Class to a new level. Ride, steering and cabin hugely improved, fast and tough as teak. Easier to drive with better steering and more comfortable suspension. A nine-speed automatic gearbox with steering-wheel-mounted paddle shifters sends all that power to the all-wheel-drive system that prioritizes rear traction for better handling and acceleration.
Mercedes Benz G350d
If you have a family, and nearly £100k to spend on a car to transport family around town/on holiday/up a big and scary mountain, then yes, this is a perfect family car. Really very composed. Comfortable and dignified. There’s a 3.0-litre straight-six diesel underneath and it doesn’t jolt or jump you around the place and is refined at all legal UK speeds.
Mercedes Benz AMG Line C200
The C-Class also boasts some of the most customizable digital dials we’ve yet seen in a car, inherited from the E- and S-Class above it. It offers four different trim levels, each with an entirely different bumper design. Comfort and refinement are the standout features; a sensible performance car in the vein of an Audi S4 or suchlike.
Mercedes Benz AMG Line GLC200, GLC300
• Mercedes Benz AMG Line GLC200: A talented all-rounder from Mercedes. An easy to recommend if soulless piece of kit. Improved new engines, decent space, pleasant dynamics, wide range. Newly included is the latest Mercedes ‘MBUX’ infotainment set-up, with a world-class voice-assistant and fiddly touchpad/touchscreen control. Equipped with high powered four -cylinder turbo petrol and diesel engines.
• Mercedes Benz AMG Line GLC300: Facelifted, the GLC offers a pair of six-cylinder diesels and a single a four-cylinder petrol engine. Offers enough space for four tall adults as well as a decent-sized boot for their luggage. Its CO2 emissions are competitive, which help to make the GLC a relatively affordable company car.
Mercedes Benz AMG Line E200
Terrific refinement, class-leading technology, interior quality. The latest E-Class is a stellar technological statement. It’s also bigger and roomier than the previous model but uses high-strength steel and aluminum in its structure to reduce weight. The big-selling axis of the range, the 220d, also gets a radical new all-alloy four-cylinder diesel engine.
Mercedes Benz E63S
Insanely quick, insanely grippy, insanely well built. Absurd power and blistering with excellent suspension make it incredibly agile. Its 603-hp twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8 is a sweetheart engine that sounds badass. An available Drift mode turns the 2019 Mercedes-AMG E63 into a rear-drive beast.
Mercedes Benz E43
The E43 is a quick, stylish and luxurious way to travel. The 3-litre, twin-turbocharged V6 gets increased boost. It’s paired to a 9G-Tronic nine-speed automatic transmission – with obligatory gearchange paddles for manual control – and uses 4Matic permanent all-wheel drive. The suspension controls the car’s movements incredibly well.
Mercedes Benz S500
The Mercedes S-Class springs a surprise in six-cylinder petrol-powered S500 form: it now makes logical sense as an ownership proposition. Possibly the most innovative version of the latest Mercedes S-Class saloon. Electrified technology vastly improves this variant's efficiency and all the usual S-Class attributes apply.
With its deliciously curved lines, the 2019 Maserati Ghibli's looks are backed up by what's under the hood. The base setup for the 2019 Ghibli is a 345-hp twin-turbo 3.0-liter V-6 with rear-wheel drive; and offers all-wheel drive as an option. While the exterior exudes Italian style, the cabin is as luxurious with beautifully stitched leather-and-silk seats, a faux-suede headliner, an optional Bowers & Wilkins audio system.
Porsche 911 GTS
The 3.0-litre twin-turbo flat-six engine gets the ‘Powerkit’ pack that takes it up 444bhp; there’s 20mm lower sports suspension and the wheels are some fine looking 20in items. The silver detailing makes way for black and there’s sheets and sheets of suede-like Alcantara, most notably over the entire steering wheel rim. Everything just feels right.
The redesigned 2019 Porsche Cayenne finishes near the top of our luxury midsize SUV rankings. It has a lovely cabin, roomy seating space, and user-friendly tech features, but it really stands out for its rewarding driving experience. Powerful turbocharged engines, athletic handling and comfortable seats.
Rolls Royce Wraith
It gives an incredible road presence, sumptuous interior, (largely) effortless driving experience. Billed as “the most powerful and dynamic Rolls-Royce in history”; having a turbocharged 6.6-litre V12 sends 624bhp to the rear wheels, and ten per cent more power than you’ll find even in the new Phantom and Cullinan.
Rolls Royce Dawn
A wonderful driving experience, pure on-road luxury theatre. It’s more than just a Wraith soft-top too. 80 per cent of the body panels are unique and even the tyres are bespoke. The engine is the same silken twin-turbo 6.6-litre 563bhp. t’s a full four-seater, with rear access eased by the rear-hinged doors, and all occupants are treated like VIPs by the Dawn.
RRolls Royce Ghost
The Ghost retains old-world charm and luxury despite being largely based on the last-generation BMW 7 Series. Combined with 575lb ft of torque and a slick, it’s so smooth and unobtrusive. Getting in the front does rob you of the experience of the rear-hinged ‘coach’ back doors, which make getting in the rear so special.
Rolls Royce Phantom
The Phantom is not only the ultimate status symbol, it's the Holy Grail of handcrafted luxury automobiles. Its decadent design is derived from an aluminum structure that rides atop an air suspension for euphoric comfort. Acres of wood, real metal accents, and vast expanses of fine leather cover nearly every square inch of the cabin.