Rolls-Royce is a British brand of high-end luxury automobiles. Founded in 1906 by Henry Royce and Charles Rolls, the company also made engines for planes until 1973 when the divisions were split into separate companies. Rolls-Royce purchased rival Bentley in 1931, and the two operated together until the Volkswagen Group bought both in 1998. The Rolls-Royce name, however, was not part of the sale. BMW licensed the Rolls-Royce name from its original owner and currently operates the brand.

2015 Rolls-Royce Wraith
MSRP: $294,025 - $294,025
2015 Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe
MSRP: $438,325 - $438,325
2015 Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe
MSRP: $479,775 - $479,775
2015 Rolls-Royce Phantom
MSRP: $407,400 - $480,175
2015 Rolls-Royce Ghost
MSRP: $286,750 - $319,400
Rolls-Royce Wraith convertible spied sliding in the snow

Though it's sure to carry a different name, Rolls-Royce is expected to launch a convertible version of the Wraith sometime in the middle of next year, and here it is, spotted sliding around in the snow.
Rolls-Royce Serenity takes luxury to a new level in Geneva [w/video]

Featuring a three-stage pearlescent paintjob that is shined by hand for 12 hours and an interior crafted from hand-woven and embroidered silk, the Rolls-Royce Phantom Extended Wheelbase Serenity might be the most opulent car ever made.
Rolls-Royce SUV codenamed Cullinan

Details emerge on the uber-luxe crossover being developed by Rolls-Royce and being referred to, at least internally, as the Cullinan, after the crown jewel in the Queen's scepter.

For Sale

2010 Rolls-Royce Ghost
$175,999 / 32,319 miles / MD
2010 Rolls-Royce Ghost
$159,900 / 24,950 miles / VA
2008 Rolls-Royce Phantom
$249,000 / 2,447 miles / VA
2015 Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II [w/video]
The Rolls-Royce Ghost has received a minor updo for 2015 and is now designated the Series II. We drive it in this road test review and see how the other half lives.
2014 Rolls-Royce Wraith
A first drive review of the 2014 Rolls-Royce Wraith from the cities and countryside of Austria.