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.
Rolls-Royce is widely recognized as a coachbuilder of ultra-luxurious cars for ultra-wealthy folks, and the grand Ghost represents the entry point into that exclusive world.
Not simply a luxurious convertible, the 2020 Rolls-Royce Dawn is perhaps the ultimate in open-top motoring, and its base price all but guarantees exclusivity.
Rolls-Royce is widely recognized as an ultraluxurious coachbuilder for ultrawealthy folks, and the grandiose Ghost represents the entry point into that esteemed crowd.
Posh and meticulously crafted, the 2020 Rolls-Royce Wraith is a grand cruiser in a class of its own when it comes to luxury and refinement.
Rolls-Royce caters to multi-millionaires with the 2020 Phantom—the brand's most luxurious offering.
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.
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.