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When it comes to driving, nothing beats a car made in Britain. The British are known for their engineering prowess, and this shows in their cars. Ayrton Senna won three Formula One world championships in a McLaren, designed by Gordon Murray. Woking’s finest now offer a variety of carbon fibre tubbed supercars, including the Elva roadster with no windscreen.

The mini Cooper is a famous sports car from Britain. There are eight different models in continuous production, including the Mini Cooper S, which is a reinvention of the previous Mini Cooper. Other iconic British cars include Aston Martin, which was born in Great Britain and has been the emblem of high-end vehicles. BMW also owns Rolls-Royce. For the past decade, the British have dominated the luxury car market. There are now more than 40 active car makers in the UK, including BMW, Toyota, and Jaguar.

While Americans are now accustomed to using the word’she’ to refer to cars, British designers have long been associated with the word’she’. Despite their love of masculinity, the British are still very much attached to their cars. For instance, they refer to the car’s engine as ‘her’ instead of ‘him’. The same goes for the car’s body, which is often painted in an asymmetrical design.

The Mini is a famous British car with its distinctive styling and body. It even features Union Jacks on the rear lights. This may seem charming to Mini enthusiasts, but that’s just one of the many epochal designs in automotive history. Despite these epochal designs, Mini still lives up to their deep national traits. It is the perfect backroad runner and club racer. It has been made since 1959.

The Aston Martin DB9 is a superb example of a luxury car from Britain. It has its roots in the 1948 Aston Martin DB1. Despite its legendary status, it is not the most ageing car maker in the world. Vauxhall’s supply of new cars means it’s unlikely to get much value back at trade-in time. Therefore, it is best to avoid buying a Vauxhall if you want to preserve its beauty.

The Rolls-Royce Ghost is the little brother of the Phantom and is a great value alternative. While its price tag is slightly lower than its big brother, it doesn’t compromise on luxury. The Ghost starts at PS226,000, although most models end up costing more because of options. It’s a gorgeous car to drive and is built at the Rolls-Royce Goodwood factory in West Sussex. With so much to offer, it’s impossible not to find a British car to appreciate.

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