Posts Tagged ‘Malibu’
Aston Martin Beverly Hills presented guests with a weekend escape from the city, with an opportunity to drive the new 2019 Aston Martin Vantage through the winding hills of Malibu. Starting at a spectacular estate tucked in the coastal mountains, guests experienced panoramic Pacific Ocean views, light bites and of course, the breathtaking all-new Aston Martin Vantage. The Vantage proved the perfect vehicle to enjoy the tight curves of the Santa Monica Mountains and scenic stretches of California’s famed Pacific Coast highway.
This August, McLaren Beverly Hills hosted a two-dinner series in Malibu with McLaren Automotive CEO Mike Flewitt, as well as James Banks and Ansar Ali of McLaren Special Operations.
For the second year in a row, we at O’Gara Coach decided that there is only one real way for us and our clients to travel to Monterey car week. Together. After last years huge success we wanted to bring back the Sunset GT Rally, but this time, take it to the next level.
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!
McLaren owners love their cars. It’s as simple as that. When it comes to the brand that originated from racing, the cars are meant to be on pavement. And this weekend we learned that the canyons of Malibu are just as good of a setting as the track! The drive consisted of rallying to our lunch destination of Nobu with a group of 20 McLarens. There was a fantastic representation of the McLaren model range present, with 2 McLaren P1s, a few 675 LTs, many 570s coupes and spiders, and many 720s! The Nobu parking lot was a car show itself!
This past Sunday we took our Performante Owners’ for an exciting drive! We also set what we believe is a record for the United States, 13 Performante’s at one gathering and on one rally. A huge thank you goes out to everyone that spent the day with us here at O’Gara.
To paint a better picture for our readers this is how the day went…