Poll: Four UK brands among most desired ‘if money was no object’

Article by Anita Panait, on February 15, 2013

A survey conducted by the Future Drive Motor Show indicates that brands built in the United Kingdom are among the cars dreamt of by consumers. In response to the survey question, “If money was no object, which car brand would you like to see in your garage?” four UK brands made it to the top 10 dream car lists. These brands include Aston Martin, Bentley, Jaguar and McLaren. Three brands from Italy made it to the dream car list -- Lamborghini, Ferrari and Maserati. German brands Mercedes-Benz, Porsche and Audi completed the list.

People who participated in the survey voted for the Aston Martin as the top car they would want to have in their garage if money was no object. The vote could be attributed to Aston Martin’s major appearance in Skyfall as James Bond’s favorite brand. Giles Brown, Future Drive Motor Show managing director, remarked that it was such great news that cars produced in the UK are so desirable and are at the top of the shopping list if money was no object.

Brown noted that glamour and desirability of UK brands -- ‘Bentley Boys,’ the ‘James Bond Aston Martins,’ the ‘Jaguar E-Type’ and McLaren -- continues to grow. The Future Drive motor show will feature the most advanced vehicles in the world May 5 to 12, 2013 at ExCeL London. The Future Drive motor show will showcase a wide range of new vehicles for display and test drives.

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