Top Luxury Car Brands Apple Should Consider Buying

by on Nov 30, -0001 Categories: luxury, cars, mercedes-benz, tesla motors, bugatti, apple (522 Views) 0 comments

With the recent reports about Apple possibly buying McLaren, it got us thinking about the best luxury car brands for Apple to buy. Apple has been on top of the tech world for quite some time, and we think there are some great choices for them if they are thinking of entering the luxury car market.

1. Mercedes-Benz


This one was pretty obvious for us. Mercedes-Benz is very much the Apple of the luxury car market. Just like Apple products, Mercedes-Benz are priced relatively highly, they are extremely well made and innovative, and many people purchase them because of the status that comes with having one. With the fierce customer loyalty that both of these brands enjoy, this merger would be a no-brainer.

2. Tesla Motors

Tesla Model S

We know, we know, everyone has wanted this to happen for some time, but that won't stop us from suggesting it again. Apple and Tesla would go together like peanut butter and jelly, and the tech giant has been rumored to have met with Tesla founder, Elon Musk, fueling rumors of a potential acquisition. Since then Tesla has grown into a major player in the luxury auto market, with their fully electric, speedy luxury vehicles really taking off across the US. The specialization in fully electric vehicles, the constant technological innovations for those vehicles, and their being based out of California makes us think that Tesla and Apple are a perfect match for each other. 

3. Bugatti

Bugatti Veyron

Admittedly, this is a long shot. Like "shooting the wings off of a fly with an arrow" kind of a long shot. Still, we can dream. Bugatti has long been known for their exorbitantly priced luxury cars, such as the Veyron (pictured above) which starts at a breathtaking $1.7 million. The beautiful sleek lines and incredibly fast performance of the Bugatti Veyron is reminiscent of Apple's Mac Pro, iPad Pro, or the iPhone 7 Plus and would fit right should Apple acquire them. If nothing else, watching Apple's CEO roll into his keynote in a sparkling Veyron with an Apple logo in the grille would be quite the sight to behold.