The Porsche Macan can be found on the roadways and in the driveways of Porsche enthusiasts all over the country. This vehicle quickly became one of Porsche’s best-selling from the start. Now, the 2018 Porsche Macan is at THE COLLECTION. One of our favorite models, this particular crossover can be found in the sophisticated Volcano Grey Metallic finish–and slide blades painted Lava Black.
The engine is a 2.0-liter turbocharged inline 4 with 252 horsepower at 5,000-6,800RPM. The exterior is fully galvanized with an integrated frame and four door side impact protection to help keep you safe, even when hitting high speeds. Another feature of the interior of this machine is the climate control system. The air filters are made with active carbon so that you can breathe easily even with pollen in the air outside.
Porsche is an Exclusive Manufaktur Partner of THE COLLECTION Miami dealership. To celebrate their partnership, THE COLLECTION coordinated an Exclusive Manufaktur Event where they welcomed Porsche enthusiasts to experience the new Porsche 911 Turbo.
Ugo Colombo is the owner of THE COLLECTION in Miami, Florida.
This Jaguar’s striking exterior will stop traffic. Called Caesium Blue, this vehicle will get you noticed on the road. You’ll fall in love, not just because of what’s on the outside, but also what you’ll find on the interior. Relax into the memory seat and enjoy the telescoping steering wheel and power moonroof as you prepare to take a drive. Use the built-in navigation to get you where you need to go. The interior of this particular vehicle comes in ebony, which creates a sleek black look outfitted throughout the seats and every inch of the interior.
The engine roars with 247 horsepower at 5,500RPM. With 269 lb-ft of torque at 1,200RPM, the all-wheel drive is exhilarating and smooth. Other features that elevate the quality of this vehicle are the front & rear parking aids and the blind spot monitor with reverse traffic detection. This helps to keep you safe on the road so your mind can be free to take in all the sights and sounds of driving this vehicle.
Test drive this eye-catching car today at THE COLLECTION, the Ugo Colombo Miami dealership that houses several luxury vehicle brands.
On December 3rd, the Best Buddies Art + Friendship Auction was held at the home of Sara and Ugo Colombo. Best Buddies International works to create employment and leadership opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
The event raised nearly $1 million, with the auction including works by artists such as David Altmejd, Carol Bove, Joe Bradley, and many more. Guests included Leonardo DiCaprio, Val Kilmer, and Alina and Anthony Shriver.
Read more at Haute Living
Fawaz Gruosi of de Grisogono threw an elaborate party for the 20th Anniversary of the brand, held on the estate of his good friends Sara & Ugo Colombo.
“After drinks, hor d’oeuvres and plenty of jewelry viewing, all 250 guests took a seat for a three-course dinner by Casa Tua and entertainment by the Goldsingers, a singing and dancing troupe who were flown in from France.”
Guests received a special surprise gift as they left, including a mysterious key. For one lucky party-goer, the key will reward them with a piece of de Grisogono jewelry, picked by Mr. Gruosi himself. To see if the lucky key is theirs, party-goers need only take a trip to visit the new Bal Harbour boutique by de Grisogono’s to test their key!
To read more and see more photos visit Haute Living
TheRealDeal.com recently posted an article about the overhaul of the botanical garden in the Miami Beach Convention Center. Two firms, South Beach ACE and Portman CMC, agree that the expansion of the botanical garden is vital. Thereporter Christopher Cameron mentions, “Yesterday, the developers presented their proposals for the renovation to the city commission and both plans emphasized the garden as a ‘unique amenity’ that will draw visitors.”
Find out more about the Botanical Garden Expansion on the TheRealDeal.com
Curbed recently posted an article on how two architects are battling it out with updated plans for the Miami Beach Convention Center. The first architect, Bjarke Ingels, plans for a more colorful and energetic design. Whereas his competition, Rem Koolhaas, has a more futuristic and eclectic look. You’ll be able to take a look at some of the images they provided.
You can read more about the Updated Convention Center Plans on the Miami section of Curbed.
The South Florida Business Journal recently wrote an article on how expansion of botanical gardens could be vital for convention center improvement. Both South Beach ACE and Portman CMC agree that expanding these gardens is crucial. It would serve as a way to turn unused land into a lush landscape. Residents of this area will be able to integrate with other communities while sharing this redeveloped space.
You can read more about the Botanical Garden Expansion at the South Florida Business Journal.