You may have a collection of glistening sports cars, worth almost enough to rescue Zimbabweâ€
But the only way you truly know you have too much money (yes, there is such a thing) is when youâ€
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â€œHere, you drive this incredible machine â€“ which is likely worth more than youâ€
Thing is, lifeâ€
So, on the off chance that you run into billions of your preferred currency over the next little while, we thought weâ€
Lexus LS 600h L
The long-wheelbase version of the LS is the largest model in the Lexus line-up. Itâ€
Inside, of course, the opposite applies. The cabin features something Lexus calls â€œClimate Conciergeâ€, which automatically monitors the temperature of the four separate climate zones and adjusts not just the fans, but also the temperature of the seats and steering wheel individually. Spiffy.
The traditional rear bench is replaced by two individual seats, one of which boasts a power-reclining capability, ottoman-style leg-rest and a shiatsu massager. Thereâ€
Rolls-Royce Phantom EWB
Rolls-Royce says that its Extended Wheelbase model â€œdelivers the ultimate Rolls-Royce experience, in terms of both luxury and presenceâ€. Whatâ€
The back doors are rear-hinged, which adds something special to the occasion of entering or exiting the Phantom EWB. The rear seating area features 12-inch screens that fold away into the back of the front seats, and are linked to separate DVD players. Thereâ€
The rear seats can also be adapted to hold a refrigerated box with room to chill two bottles of your favourite liquid. The nifty door-mounted cabinets stow neatly in both rear doors, with four whisky tumblers, two champagne flutes and two decanters forming part of the package. And, of course, thereâ€
Audi A8 L Security W12
The stretched Audi A8 is available with an impressively long list of engines. But you want the full-fat 6.3-litre W12, donâ€
Mercedes-Benz S 600
Yes, details of the range-topping S 600 are out. This particular model employs a twin-turbo, 6.0-litre V12 heart churning out 390kW and a gargantuan 830Nm from as low as 1900rpm. Thatâ€
Of course, the long-wheelbase S-Class features all of the innovative technology revealed on other models in the range, including Magic Body Control, active lane-keeping, active blind-spot assistance, braking assistance with cross-traffic scanning, Distronic Plus traffic management with auto steering and idle-stop pilot, and Pre-safe collision preparation.
Lucky backseat dwellers enjoy plenty of leather and wood-trimmed luxury, as well as the rechargeable scent diffuser, massaging seats (with a â€œhot stoneâ€ setting), power-operated footrest, and Burmester 3D surround-sound system. The seatbelts back there are inflatable and feature motorised buckles that rise up out of the seat to welcome you.
Range Rover Autobiography Black LWB
Unlike every other vehicle on this list, this lounge-on-wheels isnâ€
The extended model boasts some 140mm more rear leg-room, which allows the 18-way power-adjustable rear perches to be reclined 17 degrees. Occupants can amuse themselves with a lumbar massage function, a calf rest, and side-window blinds. There are also electrically deployable leather-covered tables (with USB charging sockets) back there, as well as a fridge with enough space for a few bottles and glasses.
What about entertainment? Well, two 10.2-inch screens are fitted to the rear of the front seats, and work in unison with the Meridian surround-sound system. Yes, the Rangie may be an off-roader, but it really does have the credentials â€“ and price-tag â€“ to compete with the best limos out there.
BMW Individual 760Li Sterling
The German car-makerâ€
A twin-turbo 6.0-litre V12 does duty at the front end of the extended wheelbase, spitting out 400kW and 744Nm and facilitating a 0-100km/h time of just 4.5 seconds. From the outside, itâ€
Some optional extras you may be tempted to spec include heated rear seats, soft-close automatic doors, a 16-speaker Bang & Olufsen sound system, and a rear entertainment system with dual LCD screens.
Bentley Continental Flying Spur W12 Mulliner
The big Bentley belies its weight and size by sprinting to 100km/h in just 4.3 seconds, thanks to the 6.0-litre W12 (worth 460kW and 800Nm) under that lengthy bonnet. That oomph is distributed to all four wheels via an eight-speed automatic transmission.
The rear seating area features DVD players, wireless headphones and LCD screens, along with ports enabling the connection of consoles, tablets, cameras, music players and phones. Thereâ€
Of course, massage systems are available for all seats. The Mulliner model adds bigger alloys and a smattering of cabin embellishments, including â€“ naturally â€“ diamond-quilted seats.