Posts Tagged ‘Driving Experience’
The 2019 DEW Expo took place at the Marina Del Rey Marriott in Los Angeles’s famed Silicon Beach, a region home to over 500 tech-startup companies. The technology-focused expo explored “The Power of Creativity and Influence” and attracted creators, brands and platforms to explore the ways technology and content companies bring new experiences to life. Presenting at the expo were speakers from tech-powerhouses including Facebook, Google, Forbes, Microsoft and more.
The U.S. Grand Prix in Austin, Texas marked the singular American race of Formula One. McLaren Beverly Hills paid tribute to McLaren’s racing heritage and the anticipated U.S. race with a private viewing of the Austin F1 broadcast, including the opening ceremony and race.
It’s not every day a dozen Aston Martins drive in a convoy through the streets of Beverly Hills. Even more rare? All the drivers are women.
Last month, Aston Martin Beverly Hills hosted a women’s driving experience and brunch with President of Aston Martin Americas, Laura Schwab, at the Beverly Hills Hotel.
Last week we took a select few clients out for an extended test drive in the all new Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster! Seeing that we’re based here in sunny Southern California, the Roadster was the perfect car for the experience!
The first two weeks of April, we paired up with Ten Thousand Residences to put on the McLaren FWD 2.0 Tour. This tour gave us the chance to provide an experience at one of the most exclusive high rise apartment buildings in Los Angeles. We gave away 3 McLaren’s a day to the residents of Ten Thousand so that they could fully understand and experience the car first hand.
Not every one has heard of or understands Isaia, just the way not everyone has heard of or understands the intense attention detail that goes into producing a Rolls-Royce. The two brands are similar in that sense. Isaia started out as a fabric source for the worlds most renowned tailors back in the 1920s. The man behind it all was Enrico Isaia. They evolved from just fabric to producing their own collections as they saw the demand grow for quality. In the 50s, the brand made a move to a village near Napoli, where they continued to grow, and in the 80s they become an international brand with a business strategy that many had looked to for inspiration.