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.
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.
After the last one was characterized as a Mysore, the latest special-edition Rolls-Royce bears the name Adiyat - worn by nine Wraiths and this unique Phantom, created for a customer in the Middle East.
Rolls-Royce is celebrating the Tipu Sultan from the 18th century in Mysore, India, with a limited-edition Ghost Extended Wheelbase called the Mysore Collection. The exterior features a pinstripe with a stylized peacock, and the interior has a tiger on each of the headrests.
Rolls-Royce announces that it will build an SUV, even thought it won't call it that. Whenever it arrives, we're told to expect a "high-bodied vehicle" on an all-new aluminum platform "that can cross any terrain."
Rolls-Royce is bringing a one-off Phantom called "Serenity" to the Geneva Motor Show. Celebrating the use of silk as a symbol of royal and imperial power, the Bespoke Design department has created what the company calls "the most opulent interior of any luxury car."
The F-117 Nighthawk stealth aircraft might seem like the polar opposite of the Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe, but that's exactly where the Bespoke team took its inspiration for this limited edition exclusively for the North American market.
The Hoegh Osaka started listing heavily 45 minutes out of the Port of Southampton in the UK, so the crew ran it aground on purpose. Just what will become of the 1,400 cars on board, however, remains to be seen.
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A century ago, the princes and maharajas of India shared a relationship with Rolls-Royce that spanned five decades and saw the nobility on the subcontinent commissioning over 840 unique vehicles from the stoic marque. It's that golden age that Rolls-Royce celebrates with the debut of this one-of-a-kind luxury cabriolet.
A Rolls-Royce is not what you'd typically consider to be "sporty." Luxurious. Stately. Even powerful, packed as they are with twelve-cylinder engines displacing in excess of six and a half liters. The Wraith set out to change that with a sportier package, more rakish profile and an even more potent version of the Ghost's 6.6-liter twin-turbo V12 to make it the fastest and most powerful Rolls-Royce ever made. But now it seems Goodwood is working on an even more aggressive version.