Rolls-Royce Ghost News
The Ghost is taking a cue from the Cullinan and Phantom.
The double-R is not known for making big splashes.
The limited-edition four-door features judicious use of real silver.
Rolls serves up something classier than coffee, of course.
Rolls-Royce used 1,000 of the gems for the unique finish.
This Motor City Rally participant is one of the more unusual cars we've seen.
Meet Rory Reid, the one name and face we didn't recognize from Top Gear's new roster of co-hosts. Now watch him rap his review of the Rolls-Royce Ghost.
Rolls-Royce finished this rather tasteless Ghost in gold and added Antonio Brown's slogan "Business is Boomin" along the doors. The front fenders feature his initials and jersey number.
Some special-edition Rolls-Royces created by the Bespoke division we like more than others. This unique, brown and orange take on the Ghost, however, leaves us scratching our heads.
Managing Editor Steven Ewing drove some $2 million worth of new cars while out in California for Monterey Car Week. Here are his notes following an excellent week of driving.