Porsche - One of the most legendary sports cars ever created - Porsche - has become the worldwide benchmark of sports car performance and styling. With a new SUV in its line-up, Porsche is no longer just a sports car, but its still performance-driven and stylish. Jaguar - In 1961, Jaguar set out to capture the world market with the legendary XKE or E-Type Jag. The Jaguar E-Type stole car lovers hearts and is still considered to be one of the most romantic roadsters ever produced. Mercedes-Benz - Carl Benz gave the world the first automobile powered by an internal combustion engine. Over one-hundred years later the company bearing his name is still considered to be among the most innovative automobile manufacturers in the world. Well find out how a company can maintain its status as one of the truly great cars for over 100 years. Rolls-Royce - It is an icon, a symbol of excellence, a symbol of empire. It brings to mind the faded glory of the aristocracy and yet, todays aspirants to wealth and position still seek to own a "Rolls." In this programme well see how Rolls Royce Motorcars grew to represent the best in the world. Alfa Romeo - Long before Dustin Hoffman discovered it in the "Graduate" a nascent, Neapolitan entrepreneur, Nicola Romeo had taken over this fledgling auto company and turned it into a racing a sports car legend. In the 1920s and early 30s Enzo Ferrari and his drivers dominated European sports car racing as their lightweight but powerful Alfas tore up the tracks. BMW - BMW started out as a builder of aircraft engines, then motorcycles and finally cars. Its aircraft engines set speed records in the 30s and its sports cars were stylish, elegant and fast. Today, its clear that this company has carved out a place among the builders of unique and fast vehicles that many say deserve to be called, "The Ultimate Driving Machines."