Current Model Lineup

With plush lamb's wool carpets, top-end wood trim, and a woven ceiling "Starlight Headliner," not to mention massive 12-cylinder engines, nothing says wealth, excess, and comfort quite like Rolls-Royce. Developed as a partnership between Henry Royce and Charles Rolls in the early 1900s, and long the limousine choice for monarchs and dictators, Rolls-Royce is a worldwide icon of luxury. After sharing platforms and nearly everything else with fellow British ultra-lux manufacturer Bentley since 1931, Rolls-Royce was purchased by BMW in the early 2000s and finally separated from its longtime stablemate. The current Rolls-Royce lineup remains a avatar of decadent living for celebrities, executives and royalty.

The first "true" Rolls-Royce produced since splitting from Bentley is the gargantuan Phantom. The rolling opulence is available in traditional sedan, extended wheelbase, two-door Coupe and Drophead Coupe bodies. Sharing a platform with the BMW 7-series, the Rolls-Royce Ghost is also available in 'regular' or extended wheel base models, and it drives like a rocket. The new Wraith Coupe shares a base with the Ghost and promises to be Rolls-Royce's most technologically advanced car to date.
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