You aren’t fully embracing the luxury lifestyle unless you are driving through it at fast speed in one of these.

Using the finest materials, ever-changing cut-throat technology and the desire to make it on to ‘the fastest cars in the world’ shortlist these car manufacturers are moving ahead at, if you’ll excuse the pun, lightning speeds.

Currently, the chasing of the golden threshold of ~480kph (300mph) look like will be beaten for sure in 2020.  Officially the list keeps changing but here is our pick of the favourites.
If you’d like your supercar to shout class then this is the one for the ultimate gentlemen amongst you. The third-generation Bentley Continental GT has the design of luxury coupled with serious power. Top speed of 207 mph. Zero to 60 in 3.6 seconds.

If it’s not class you’re shouting but absolute exclusivity and the ability to jump the queue then you’ll be driving the Pagani Huayra BC Roadster.  Exclusive because there is only 40 produced, with its cutaway glass details it’s designed to be the lighter hyper car there is.  Top speed of

236mph. Zero to 60 in2.2 seconds.

If you’d like to be a warrior of the road then obviously it’s the Aston Martin Valkyrie for you.  Named after the mythological female Norse warriors. Designed to be the fastest road legal super car and super rare too; limited to only 150 models to be produced.  Top speed of 250mph and zero to 60 in 2.5 seconds.


Is it really a list of super cars if there’s not a Porsche on the list? The rear wheel drive Porsche 911 GT2 RS is the fastest and most capable Porsche out there. Full of mechanical wizardry that Porsche purists can talk about for hours, this has top speed of 211 mph. Zero to 60 2.7 seconds.


If you’ve hit a gap in your cash flow, or set your sights on the perfect property but the coronavirus has left you out of pocket, there might be the perfect solution for you.

A frequent trend once only amongst the world’s super-rich has slowly filtered its way down to us mere mortals – use your luxury asset as loan security.

So what is an asset? An asset is an object or resource that has a high value -luxury items’- and can be converted into cash. Assets can be owned by a company or individual.

Don’t have a Monet or Jaguar sports car lying around? That’s okay- valuable luxury items vary from yachts, auction house fine wines, and artwork, to houses, classic cars, jewellery, watches  and specialist equipment/plant machinery.

Private asset lending does just that – it lends against these valuable items.

In a world where more and more people, such as small business owners, are asset rich but cash poor, people are finding short term or long term solutions this way.

It’s a great alternative to bank loans or overdrafts, not only a much quicker process but there’s no lengthy forms, nor any credit checks.
You fill in the details online, the private asset company sends an estimated quote back. If you’re happy with the quote you then send your item securely – all arranged and insured by the company, and once your item has met the expert checks to ensure it is what you claim it to be, you accept the offer and the money wings its way to you.

Items are kept securely, insured and returned to you safely once the loan is over. The fees are kept transparent and interest is only charged up to the date of repayment.

Individuals like the discretion assured by private finance, plus the expert level valuations and the tailored-to-you service that comes with it.  Now everyone can borrow against their assets.

If you can see the potential for growth in your business, but there’s not enough readily available working capital to pursue the opportunities. Or you are reluctant to wade through all of the bank’s red tape, then what can you do?

You can release the equity from your – or your company’s –  luxury items.

Over the past few years, asset finance has become the fastest-growing finance option for businesses of all sizes, across all industries. Especially now in the end of the lockdown period, where trade has been non-existent or sparse for most businesses. And its popularity is no surprise – it’s easy, it’s straight forward and it’s fast. No credit checks, no lengthy forms and no obligation.

Here at Almagrove Ltd we apply our expertise to help you and your business grow, valuations are done at specialist level, the offers and quotes are discreet and all types of luxury high-end items are considered.