3 Fantastic Travel Credit Cards For the Digital Nomad

There are numerous guides on the internet that discuss the best travel credit cards. However, when you are a long-term traveler for work (or play), you may be looking for different things from your travel credit card to compliment your career and lifestyle.

This article discusses three fantastic cards at three different annual fee points (premium, mid-level annual fee, and no annual fee) that are all tailored to the digital nomad life. All three cards discussed have no foreign transaction fees. read more

Fuming Over Gas Prices? Here are 4 of the Best Gas Credit Cards on the US Market

Long gone are the days of the $2 gallon of gasoline. Since 2015, the US has seen a steady increase in gas prices nationwide, with this summer being forecasted to have the highest gas prices seen in years.  As of writing, a gallon costs $3.106 in New York City and $3.025 in Philadelphia. However, there are ways to take advantage of this situation. Numerous credit cards on the US market have rewards that specifically cater to gas purchases, giving you cash back or points every time you’re at the gas pump. These rewards are either a cash percentage of your overall purchase or a specific number of points for every dollar you spend on gas. This means that as gas prices increase, so do the rewards. With a variety of gas credit cards on the market, choosing the right gas credit card can become a headache. Luckily for you, we have chosen four of the best gas credit cards on the market for your consideration. read more

Imagine Lifestyles Now Accepting Bitcoin

Now Accepting Bitcoin?

Over the past few months Bitcoin has had an explosion in both value and awareness. From humble beginnings this crypto-currency is now valued at around $17k per coin. Imagine Lifestyles now accepting Bitcoin for all luxury & exotic car rentals, chauffeur services, and driving experiences. This form of payment allows you to have complete protection of your personal and financial information while sending payment quickly and easily online.

What is Bitcoin?

Bitcoin is a form of digital currency, created and held electronically. No one controls it. Bitcoins aren’t printed, like dollars or euros – they’re produced by people, and increasingly businesses, running computers all around the world, using software that solves mathematical problems. Many companies are now accepting Bitcoin, and Imagine Lifestyles is proud to be on the forefront of this new all-digital currency. Your bitcoin wallet is not connected to your personal financial information, which means that you can easily send online payments without fear of your financial information becoming compromised. read more

5 Ways An Exotic Car Rental Benefits Your Business

Exotic car rental benefits

One of the most justified and frequently asked questions we get here at Imagine Lifestyles Luxury Rentals from our corporate clients is “How much is that going to cost me?” When it comes to corporate luxury car rentals, the answer is not a simple number. Avoid the mistake of going cheap with the following tips and tricks.

Use the list below when considering how an exotic sports car rental will benefit your business for the next event:

5. Increase revenue. If the notion of investing $1,400 to spend the day utilizing a Lamborghini, Ferrari or other supercar to increase company revenue sounds crazy, do the math. Imagine your company is hosting a well-attended annual event or fundraiser. While it is always in the green in terms of success, you would like to take it up to the next level. Sprinkle an exotic sports car or two out front to impress and perhaps shuttle your VIP clients to and from their respective rides. Even a 5% increase in business can turn into big dollars. That growth percentage will only grow with your maintained image. read more

Is Larger Than Life Volkswagen Group Splintering Apart?

Volkswagen Group

The Volkswagen Group is a larger than life entity with over a dozen brands under its hood. But is being the parent company to so many underlings a challenge in terms of management and momentum? Word is circulating that the unshakable VW Group could be splintering off into 4 sections to better handle the load and road ahead.

Handelsblatt news publication of Germany has cited company sources stating that Volkswagen Group could be breaking apart into 4 separate holding companies.

The proposed 4 separate holding companies that would form the new Volkswagen Group could break down as follows: read more

Top 15 Most Expensive New York Rental Properties Will Surprise You

most expensive New York rental properties

15. 100 East 50th Street This modest 3 bedroom offers 3,500 square feet of city living for just $75,000 per month. Yes, you read that correctly—these will be monthly rental prices for some of the Big Apple’s most competitive and enviable locations.

14. 214 Lafayette St, New York, NY 10012 This address is a 5-story townhouse with a pool overlooking Soho for $80,000 per month. There are so many amenities that there are just 3 bedroom spaces.

13. 106 East 71st Street This mansion is available for monthly rental slots for just $85,000. It provides the perfect opulent New York City luxury rental escape. Pair it with an exotic sports car rental set for the month and you get the ideal vacation package. read more

Koenigsegg Regera: The Next Big Thing

Koenigsegg Regera

The Koenigsegg Regera is but another example of those crazy Swedes and their ability to craft some of the worlds most blisteringly fast and breathtaking machines. Koenigsegg has been building speed demons for just 20 years, yet is always among the first brands uttered when the top fastest cars come up in conversation.

The Koenigsegg Regera is a potent little number pushing forth 1,500 horsepower from her shapely frame. That is roughly 300 more than the Bugatti Veyron, which held the title of ‘Fastest Production Car’ for a few years. The Regera was officially introduced at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show as a means for the young-ish company to continue pushing the envelope and to perhaps flex a bit of muscle at the Hennessey Venom GT, which now holds the fastest production car record. read more

Porsche Design Tower in Miami Selling Out

Porsche Design Tower

While it would seem that beachfront property would have little trouble selling itself, marketers have been forced to become quite creative following the economic downturn years ago. The Porsche Design Tower in Sunny Isles, Florida, is a shining beacon of that willingness to go further. The luxury design tower is already nearly sold out, because who wouldn’t want an elevator to deliver their car directly to their door?

The exclusive Porsche Design Tower is located in Sunny Isles, which is just a few blocks north of South Beach. Because South Florida is a preferred playground for the wealthy, what better place for the towers? Buyers are recognizing the luxury logo as a serious asset–especially with all of the added perks the Porsche residences have to offer. read more

Aston Martin Picking Up More Ladies? Not a Bad Goal

Aston Martin sales

Exotic sports cars and supercars are strongly associated with male drivers. There are a plethora of jokes on the matter, including the overused ‘Middle age crisis car’, among others. It seems that the Aston Martin sales teams are angling for a new approach, appealing to women drivers with their latest offerings and marketing strategies. Aside from trying to pick up more ladies, the brand is targeting a younger demographic as well.

Aston Martin is changing their game by picking up more ladies and appealing to a younger crowd.  read more

Italian Firm Purchases 37.5 Percent of Aston Martin

Aston Martin

Aston Martin has announced a new partnership with Italian firm Investindustrial. Investindustrial has acquired a 37.5 percent interest in Aston Martin, beating Indian-based Mahindra Group for the shares. Will the newly integrated Italian influence the British brand, or do fans prefer their Astons shaken, not stirred?

It was battle of wallets over wits between Mahindra Group, a $15 billion industrial conglomerate based in Mumbai, India, and Italian-based Investindustrial. 

Investindustrial was the underdog in the deal, with approximately $4 billion in assets under its belt. Mahindra Group boasts a much larger bank account, with around $15 billion at its disposal. Investindustrial did ultimately win, agreeing to pump $241 million into Aston Martin brand in exchange for the shares. A majority stake is still held by Kuwait’s Investment Dar. read more