Romans International is one of the UK’s leading luxury car dealers specialising in the most exclusive and desirable luxury cars for sale anywhere in the world.
Based in Surrey, just outside of London, we select the rarest and the latest examples from the leading luxury car manufacturers and we prepare them to the very highest standard before offering them for sale at our showroom.
Here is a selection of the luxury brands that we offer for sale.
A classic British luxury car manufacturer which has been around for over 100 years and is world-renowned for some of the most iconic and recognisable cars on the big screen as well as the race track.
Current models Aston Martin offer for sale include the DBS Superleggera, DB11, Vantage and most recently a luxury SUV called the DBX. Aston Martin are also set to release a limited-edition hypercar in partnership with Red Bull called the Aston Martin Valkyrie.
One of the major forces in luxury automobiles today is undoubtedly Audi. It’s roots and the famous 4 rings logo go back to the beginning of the 20th century but it wasn’t until the 1990s where Audi started to evolve into a premium brand. With strong links to rallying and endurance racing Audi, today is celebrated for it’s Quattro 4-wheel drive system.
Audi Sport is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Audi, which in itself is owned by the Volkswagen Group, and produces current models such as the RS6 Avant and the Audi R8 which focus on high performance and groundbreaking technology.
A definitive British prestige car manufacturer which has just celebrated its centenary year. Bentley Motors have a pedigree which stems from a racing background having won the Le Mans 24 Hours 5 times during 1924 and 1930.
Today Bentley is focused on producing exquisitely crafted luxury cars with their Continental GT one of the most popular models for sale today. Recently Bentley has added a luxury SUV to its line up called the Bentayga.
This German powerhouse started off life back in 1916 building aircraft engines but BMW has gone onto becoming one of the worlds biggest luxury car manufacturers. Carrying the flag of Bavaria as it’s logo BMW has long branded itself as “The Ultimate Driving Machine”.
Today BMW has a huge range of cars for sale with its motorsport influenced subsidiary division BMW M producing the high-performance versions such as the M3 and M5 as well as SUVs X5M and X6M.
Long admired for some iconic designs the French-based Bugatti Automobiles has a very rich history. In the early years of motorsport Bugatti was one of the most successful racing teams ever seen before largely disappearing after World War II. In 1998 Volkswagen acquired the Bugatti brand and re-launched it.
Today Bugatti is known for producing some of the exclusive cars to ever grace the planet. The ground-breaking Bugatti Veyron is perhaps the most famous car of modern times and this was followed up by the Chiron which has gone on to set more world speed records.
Perhaps the most famous car brand of them all, Ferrari has an incredible history within motorsport and has also produced some of the most important road cars of all time. Originally founded in 1929 by Enzo Ferrari it didn’t actually produce its first Ferrari badged car until 1947.
Today Ferrari continues to be a major force in Formula One, their classic cars regularly sell at eye-watering multiples of millions and they still produce the most sought after modern cars in the world such as the LaFerrari and the F12 TDF.
This distinctive Italian luxury car manufacturer was established in 1963 to compete with the likes of Ferrari and Porsche. Inspired by bullfighting the brand has ultimately become symbolized by its cutting edge flamboyant designs and ultra exciting performance.
Today Lamborghini is owned by Volkswagen and is very much at the forefront of the supercar industry with the likes of the Aventador and Huracan being hugely successful models. More recently Lamborghini has successfully forayed into the SUV market with the launch of the Urus.
Seen by many as the original 4×4 and luxury SUV makers, this British based manufacturer has a fantastic pedigree when it comes to 4WD off-road vehicles. Now merged with Jaguar to create “JLR” the company has gone from strength to strength and now produce Land Rovers all over the world.
Whilst the Defender may be seen as Land Rover’s most iconic model, it is the more upmarket Range Rover which has been so integral to its success and spawned a whole variety of models such as the Range Rover Sport, the Range Rover Evoque and the Range Rover Velar.
Originally started by the Maserati brothers in 1914, this historic luxury carmaker is represented by its famous trident logo based on the fountain of Neptune in Bologna, Italy. With a successful history in motorsport Maserati is best known today for producing both luxury executive saloons and sports cars to rival the Germans.
The current Maserati line up includes the 4-door Quattroporte, the Gran Turismo and it has recently entered into the luxury SUV market with the Levante. The most famous modern Maserati has to be the MC12, an outrageous looking hypercar and one of the most collectable modern cars in existence.
Up until recent years, McLaren was probably better known as a racing team due to the huge success in Formula One during the 1980s led by Ron Dennis and with the likes of Ayrton Senna at the wheel. Based in Woking, Surrey at the McLaren Technology centre McLaren now produces a vast array of sports cars.
Whilst the iconic McLaren F1 road car from the 1990s is still it’s a most celebrated model, today McLaren’s line up features some of the best performance cars on the market with models like the 720S, the Senna and the recently revealed McLaren GT.
The 3 pointed star of Mercedes-Benz is one of the most recognizable emblems around the world. With a history rich in motorsport as well as producing some of the most iconic cars of all-time, Mercedes-Benz represents prestige and luxury unlike any other.
It is today the biggest selling luxury car brand in the world and has a huge range of models for sale such as the S-Class and E-Class. Mercedes-AMG is a subdivision who specialises in high-performance versions with the likes of the gullwing door SLS AMG and the ever-popular C63 AMG proving very successful.
Founded in 1992 by Horacio Pagani, this highly exclusive Italian manufacturer has come a long way in a short space of time. Originally Horacio managed the Lamborghini composites department before setting up a new company and designing his very own car with a little help from Mercedes AMG who agreed to supply the engines.
That car was called the Zonda and it was first presented in 1999. After numerous versions of it and many special editions the Zonda today is widely revered as one of the most spectacular hypercars in existence which Pagani later followed up with the release of the Huayra.
When Ferdinand Porsche first designed the Volkswagen Beetle in 1938 no one could have imagined Porsche would go onto to become one of the world’s leading luxury brands. Known for producing sports cars with efficient German engineering and reliability, their cars are most celebrated for their class-leading performance and handling on both road and track.
The famous 911 marque which continues to evolve and set new heights with a variety of derivatives has been joined by the likes of hugely popular SUVs in the Cayenne and Macan. The 918 Spyder hybrid hypercar might be its most advanced model to date but the newly released Taycan, Porsche’s first fully electric vehicle could well go on to be its biggest game-changer.
No other manufacturer can quite match the prestige that is synonymous with Rolls Royce. A name and a brand that has been around since the start of the 20th century, Rolls Royce started a whole new era in 2003 as a fully owned subsidiary of BMW.
Today Rolls Royce has a variety of models with its flagship Phantom widely seen as the ultimate luxury car. There is also the smaller Ghost, the convertible Dawn, a sportier coupe called the Wraith and the most recent addition is its first SUV named the Cullinan.