With the race for autonomous vehicles heating up, Apple may make a move that could potentially help it join in on the competition faster with assistance from a boutique automotive manufacturer.
Today in luxury marketing – Paris Mint teams up with Van Cleef & Arpels; Italian brands expect some Brexit benefits; United Arab Emirates relaxes visa restrictions to get Chinese shoppers past the airport; Apple in talks with luxury carmaker McLaren.
Over the weekend, automakers worked at full throttle to leave a lasting impression on attendees to the United Kingdom’s Goodwood Festival of Speed.
Luxury Daily’s live news from March 1: The Plaza repurposes Baccarat chandeliers as exclusive jewelry; W magazine gives next-generation photographers a shot; McLaren puts vehicles on fast track of technology with $1.3B investment; Pucci shares colorful quirks at permanent Galeries Lafayette shop.
British automaker McLaren has announced a $1.3 billion investment into research and development over the next six years.
British automaker McLaren Automotive is hoping to overshadow its competitors at the Geneva Motor Show with models old and new.
British automaker McLaren is positioning itself for more screen time through a new partnership with Cinema Vehicles, a supplier of cars to the entertainment industry.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Jan. 5 – LVMH, Catterton join forces to create global investment firm; Dunhill champions British elegance for spring campaign; McLaren launches bespoke leasing program for popular models; Four Seasons Maui turns inspiration into reality in wedding giveaway.
Responding to consumer requests, British automaker McLaren is now offering the option to lease two of its best-selling models from U.S. dealerships.
Luxury Daily’s live news updates from Dec. 16 – Yoox Net-A-Porter adds new perspectives to board of directors; Trump Las Vegas challenges workers’ union decision; Elie Saab to open first London boutique; McLaren names quality executive new MEA managing director.