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

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

Here's another look at the 2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom.

Rolls-Royce is sending off the final examples of the Phantom Coupe and Drophead Coupe with actual pieces of the assembly line on which they're crafted in Goodwood.

Rolls-Royce will end production of all versions of the Phantom this year. The sedan will eventually return on the company's upcoming aluminum platform, but the Coupe or Drophead won't.

The new range-topping Rolls-Royce won't change its style that much, but its aluminum-intensive construction should result in a much lighter luxury sedan.

Notes From A Week's Worth Of Car Testing In California

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.

Rolls-Royce is rolling out the Phantom Limelight Collection that introduces the brand's latest, luxurious rear seats. There's also a storage hidden in the doors to carry stuff with you.

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 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.

Rolls-Royce may have just recorded its fifth consecutive record year of sales, but it's in no rush to decide on whether it'll produce an SUV before the end of 2015.

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.

Limited-edition, hand-built cars are kind of a bizarre thing. On the one hand, people pay umpteen amounts of money for bespoke cars, with the manufacturer adding that iconic descriptor to all its press materials, but then the company goes and produces 20 of the exact same car and sells them as a "special edition." It seems kind of contradictory.

The term "luxury" gets thrown around a lot when speaking about vehicles that are actually somewhat affordable like BMWs and Cadillacs, but Rolls-Royce and hotel magnate Stephen Hung (above in the wild suit) are proving what real opulence really is with the largest single order from the fabled British marque, ever. Hung is purchasing 30 custom examples of the Phantom Extended Wheelbase (pictured right) for $20 million. To push the deal even further over the top, two of the Phantoms are the most e

Rolls-Royce prides itself on exemplifying the pinnacle of automotive elegance. The brand is synonymous with quality and luxury. However, in the end even a Rolls is still just a car, and if you don't keep it up, it's bound to fail. That deterioration can be seriously fun to watch, though.

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