The partnership between Henry Royce, an engineer, and Charles Rolls, an early car dealer in the U.K., was more successful than either probably could have imagined. Rolls-Royce was, from the get-go, one of the finest motorcars around, and to this day it remains synonymous with luxury and taste. In 1998, BMW purchased the brand and the company now benefits from its parent company's expertise in chassis design and engines, but the headquarters and soul of Rolls-Royce remains in Goodwood. The current line includes a number of classic names reimagined for this century, including the Phantom, the Wraith, the Ghost and the Dawn.
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