Our founder, Darren Selig, takes time to reflect on our £500 million lending milestone as we continue our commitment to fund your passion. Read the story of JBR Capital!
We’ve compiled a list of the 20 very best shows – the ones you really don’t want to miss – so you can enjoy the ultimate automotive experiences in 2020…
The Geneva International Motor Show has once again set tongues wagging. Here is our round-up of the 10 most exciting supercars from Geneva 2019, as well as COO Stephen Halstead’s reasons for choosing these.
There are enthusiasts who invest in relatively ‘young’ sports cars. The expectation is that of a more affordable purchase than buying a factory-new model, with an increase in value in the coming years. But what is the basis of this expectation…?
Thinking about going green without sacrificing creature comforts or performance? To help guide you through what’s what eco-wise, we take a look at what the prestige brands have to offer now, and what’s in the proverbial pipeline.
Saloons too ordinary? SUVs too large? Sounds like you’re in the market for a distinctive prestige coupé. We’ve selected five of the best two-seater and 2+2 hardtops to help you choose which Prestige coupé is the right choice for you….
With the 70th anniversary of the Land Rover behind us, and the 50 years of Range Rover celebrations ahead, we’ve decided to take a look back at the Range Rover’s history, plotting its progress over four generations, from comfortable utilitarian to the luxurious lifestyle statement that it became…
When is an SUV not an SUV? According to Lamborghini, when it’s an SSUV – a Super Sports Utility Vehicle – and right now there’s only one of those: The Urus. We take a look at the new Urus, and find out exactly what makes it a Super SUV.
A clear sunny day, an empty runway circuit and a 60s-styled GT supercar. The David Brown Speedback Silverstone Edition, lived up to its supercar credentials and looked stylish doing so!
We were lucky enough to test three Morgans: The V6 Roadster, the 4/4 and the 3 Wheeler. You can view our video review, and read on to see what I thought of each car.
Every once in a while an opportunity arises for me to get behind the wheel of something rather special. In this instance, that ‘something’ is the new Rolls-Royce Phantom VIII – a car that redefines luxury and is, perhaps surprisingly, as enjoyable to drive as it is to be driven in.
Car enthusiasts are not known for compromising in the pursuit for their perfect car, and why should they? The options are plentiful when looking at 0-60s, brand new technology or sublime comfort but what about when it comes to needing all of the above AND four seats? Check out JBR’s list of best in class answers.
The Lancia Aurelia is one of the most famous cars of this Italian marque. From the original sporting streamlined coupe, a Spider version was born in the mid-‘50s, later replaced by the Aurelia Convertible.But why is there such a big price difference between the Lancia Aurelia Spider and Convertible?
Last year, JBR Capital – providers of high-end vehicle finance – revealed its top 10 supercars of the year. These are the most popular luxury high-performance models that JBR Capital has provided loans on over the last 12 month.
Sometimes the efforts of the industry’s finest manufacturers don’t quite satisfy our clients’ desires for individuality. In those instances, they turn to the modifiers. In the first of our two-part, we look at the history and recent projects from Brabus and Kahn.
In late July Rolls-Royce revealed its all-new Phantom. This eighth-generation model replaces the previous Phantom which, like the six generations before that, was widely regarded as ‘The Best Car in the World’. However, some might beg to differ with that assertion.
JBR Capital names top five automotive investments, which are more affordable than you think – A future classic could be yours for less than jetting off to Edinburgh on a city break
Dr Vincent van der Vinne returns as our guest blog writer this week, and this time he offers his analysis on the phenomenal recent growth in values of the Bentley R-Type and S Continental Fastbacks, as well as some insight from two owners of these fine historic cars.
Is the significant interest in young Porsches sustainable?
Owners of supercars and classics are often in need of a more practical car, and there are some fast, luxurious and highly desirable grand tourer prestige cars out there. We recently took the stunning Rolls-Royce Wraith for a spin.
This year, and neatly coinciding with the 20th anniversary of the original SLK class, Mercedes has launched a new version of their SLK range, and with it a facelift and an update to the long running name.
Tom Stewart has been reviewing cars professionally for 25 years but was yet to get behind the wheel of a McLaren. At last, his McLaren cherry has been popped, as he gives us his ‘first drive’ impressions of the McLaren 570S, 650S Spider and 570GT.
The major sports and supercar manufacturers have treated us with a veritable feast of special limited-edition variants over the past 12 months. These cars are not only stunning but are also becoming instant classics and attracting a significant premium as soon as they have been delivered.
Being a British Luxury car finance company we are big fans of Aston Martin, and the DB9 is an unexpected favorite of ours. Read our run through the specs over the years…