445 Articles
1 / 22
NEXT

Luxury cars for rockstars.

The first four cars have been revealed.

Rolls-Royce used 1,000 of the gems for the unique finish.

It's a modest year of change at Rolls-Royce. In fact, the most significant news is the discontinuation of the Phantom VII, while the world awaits its replacement.

It's electric.

You'll need to be pretty short to drive it.

Still with camouflage body wrap.

The high-roller will share a platform with the new Rolls-Royce Phantom.

A brief history of the Rolls-Royce Phantom line from the first generation to the last Phantom VII produced.

Click through this mega-gallery to see what we drove and drooled on this year.

These were the most popular automakers and models on Google search in 2016. Some of these results make sense, and some are rather surprising.

The 22 most powerful cars we drove in 2016

We drove some of the most powerful vehicles ever built for public consumption in 2016.

This prototype also reveals the the Cullinan, like other Rolls-Royces, will get rear-hinged doors.

Rolls calls the Cullinan an "all-terrain, high-sided vehicle."

Big, imposing grille? Check. Aristocratic headlights? Check. Long, strong hood? Check. Cullinan is the Rolls-Royce of SUVs.

Our high-res image gallery gives a closer look at the most exquisite vehicles in the world.

Follow along as we take a closer look at the details that make Pebble Beach so spectacular.

This Motor City Rally participant is one of the more unusual cars we've seen.

A Roller? A Lotus? Maybe even something from British Leyland?

British cars have been with us since the 19th century, and more than 500 British marques have existed.

1 / 22
NEXT
Share This Post