The legendary maker of some of the best luxury cars you can buy has had a reputation of exemplary engineering since its introduction in 1906. While the vehicles are still built in England, Rolls-Royce is actually owned today by BMW. The most expensive Rolls-Royce is the Phantom; Phantom pricing starts at more than $450,000. For the ultimate in top-down motoring, there is the Rolls-Royce convertible, the Dawn; the Rolls-Royce coupe is the Wraith. There's also an SUV, the Cullinan. It's named after—appropriately enough—the largest diamond ever found.
Soon to be seen pulling up to red carpets everywhere is Rolls-Royce's very first SUV, named after the largest diamond ever found.
Luxurious, exclusive, exquisite: take your pick of adjectives for the lovely Dawn.
Rolls-Royce is widely recognized as an ultraluxurious coachbuilder for ultrawealthy folks, and the grandiose Ghost represents the entry point into that esteemed crowd.
For those who desire sybaritic luxury and a spirited driving experience in the same ultra-pricey motorcar, the 2019 Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II is your answer.
The Phantom is not only the ultimate status symbol, it's the Holy Grail of handcrafted luxury automobiles.
The 2019 Rolls-Royce Wraith is a coupe derived from the Ghost sedan, but it has its own distinct—some might say sporting—personality.