If you're looking for a car with the most high-end cabin you can find, these are the ones you want to consider.
Cars simply don't get as opulent as the Rolls-Royce Phantom—the biggest Roller you can buy has always been the ultra-luxury benchmark. Rolls-Royce just launched the new eighth-generation Phantom a few months ago, and it's exactly as luxurious as you'd hope.
Mercedes-Benz puts everything it knows about building cars into the S-Class, and the most luxurious version you can get is the V12-powered AMG S65. We'd go for the Cabriolet, since it's such a nice cruiser.
All you need to know regarding the Bentayga's luxury credentials is that it offers a $170,000 clock as an option. It's a Breitling tourbillon, the only such clock to be fitted to a car.
Luxury cars aren't always the most gorgeous, but the Aston Martin Rapide S has looks in spades. And while it might not pack the most advanced driver aids, it sticks to a more old-school luxury formula—cover everything in leather and wood. For us, that works.
Only in the world of ultra-luxury cars can a $200,000 sedan look affordable. Don't think for a second, though, that there's anything cheap about the Flying Spur. The W12 S version can top 200 mph while you sit in absolute comfort.
This Bentley may be named for the Mulsanne Corner on the Circuit de la Sarthe, but it's no race car. The $300,000- Mulsanne is the most luxurious vehicle Bentley can build. The rear seats are inspired by first-class cabins in airplanes, and the options available are limited only by your imagination—and your budget.
Even in its base form, the Mercedes S-Class is already one of the most luxurious cars you can buy. The ultimate version, though, is the S600 Pullman. It's more than 21 feet long, which means there's enough room for a middle set of rear-facing seats to join the forward-facing ones at the rear. Oh, and it costs over $550,000.
Some people like to be seen while they drive their ultra-luxury car. For them, there's no better option than the Rolls-Royce Dawn. The Dawn is billed as the quietest drop-top ever produced, and that includes the convertible top itself—it was engineered specifically to open and close silently.
Compared to most sedans, the Rolls-Royce Ghost is huge. But on this list, its length is nothing special. That means it's small enough to drive yourself if you want to give your driver the day off. It's still a Rolls-Royce, though, so the back seat is always the best in the house.
If you like the Rolls-Royce Ghost but wish it was a bit more sporty, then the Wraith is the car for you. It's one of the best grand tourers money can buy, and you can still pick from all the regular Rolls options like the starlight headliner.