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“The Porsche-designed 135-foot just hit the market”

Porsche Yacht

Image: Business Insider

Business Insider gives us a peek into what took Porsche designers a whole decade to make. It can accommodate up to ten guests with five guest rooms and a master suite with a private deck. The catamaran, named Royal Falcon One, has been described as “a spaceship on water.”

How The ‘Tesla Effect’ Is Crushing Used Luxury Car Values

this week - tesla effect

Image: Forbes.com

It’s been reported that “skyrocketing sales” of the Tesla Model 3 is “affecting the resale values of European-brand luxury cars”. Forbes.com have suggested that “the Tesla effect” could be good news if you’re in the market for Audi, BMW or Mercedes-Benz.

“Ferrari Wants to Teach You How to Drive Classic Cars on Its Private Track”

this week - Ferrari Driving Lessons

Image: InsideHook

Would you retake your driving lessons if they were in a classic Ferrari? It certainly sounds more appealing. The two-day course at the Ferrari Classiche Academy “aims to teach drivers both about the history of the brand as well as ‘techniques used to drive cars produced before electronics had entered the automotive world’”. Sign us up!

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