Articles about Rolls Royce Phantom

The 1% know what they want
Here are some of the best creations to come out of Rolls-Royce's Bespoke division last year:Commissioned by a Swedish entrepreneur, the Million Stitch Phantom was inspired by a special rose grown only at Rolls-Royce's Goodwood HQ. As
They’re big, bad, and in your face
Sort of defies design logic, the new RS6. It's brash, it's ultra-aggressive, it's festooned with slashes and lines and creases and bumps, and the grille is straight from Audi's XXL wardrobe. And yet-while you'd struggle
Among other things, it sits lower than the stock model by 40mm
Hang on. Before we do anything else here-just look at the size of those wheels. Those are 24-inch jobs that German tuner SPOFEC has created in partnership with Vossen, and they apparently come in 72 different colors. Twenty-four! Seventy-
The proceeds will go to charity
A Rolls-Royce ought to be in a dark color, right? A murky grey. A deep black. Some sort of Navy blue. Something with class.Well, here's a reasonably bright red Phantom. And it still carries itself with an enormous amount
How much would any of these sell for?
Keen readers of TopGear.com might recognize this car. The Zonda Aether is such a special one-off that we decided it warranted a whole article to itself.Click these blue words to read all about it, or even to just sit
To be auctioned later this year
The Rolls-Royce Phantom is a rather special car. The extended wheelbase version starts at £432,000 (P30 million), for Pete's sake, and that's before you've even specced the gold-plated Spirit of Ecstasy or the lambswool carpets. Admit
SUVs rule
Rolls-Royce is 115 years old, and has never been hotter than it is right now. Okay, those aren't Rolls-Royce's exact words, but that's the gist of the news from its Goodwood headquarters today. The sales results for
Now available on the Phantom Extended Wheelbase
To the crazy rich Asians out there, it seems this is especially for you. Rolls-Royce has just introduced the Privacy Suite for the Rolls-Royce Phantom Extended Wheelbase at the Chengdu Motor Show, choosing the Chinese event for the launch over
You get what you pay for
Especially if you're in the market for something a little more upscale. Say, a Rolls-Royce Phantom maybe? Lesson: When It comes to buying luxury cars, you're probably better off buying brand-new. Hell, if you're hunting Rolls-Royces,
These rides got us in our feelings
If you've spent a decent amount of time on social media over the past few weeks, then you've probably come across numerous renditions of the infamous #InMyFeelingsChallenge. You know, that controversial new trend where people are hopping out of their
The last word in automotive luxury. Again
Ah, it's the new 'best car in the world'...Since the first Phantom appeared in 1925, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has had its ups and downs. When the current car appeared at the stroke of midnight on January 1, 2003, the
A car worth remembering
After 14 years, it doesn't feel oldThis is astonishing. If the Phantom's engineers had set out to make a better car than a Mercedes-Benz, or indeed a better one than their head company's own 7-Series, they'd
A new standard in ultra-luxury sedans
For over nine decades, the name Phantom meant the pinnacle of elegance and luxury. Ever since the first hand-crafted model emerged from Rolls-Royce's factory doors, it's been the vehicle of choice by some of the world's most
That's a very trippy paint job
John Lennon was once attacked by a passerby in the street with an umbrella because he had the audacity to customize his Rolls-Royce Phantom V. Quite possibly the most British sentence you'll ever read-a pop star attacked with an
Going out in style
The current Rolls-Royce Phantom has been around since 2003, if you can believe it. Of course, a 14-year run isn't a patch on the 22 years enjoyed by the previous ultra-exclusive Roller, the Phantom VI. But that was
End of an era for British carmaker
To say that a Rolls-Royce is a classic is to point out the obvious. The fact of the matter is that these handcrafted beauties, with their bespoke levels of luxury, are prized possessions the moment they are ordered from the factory.
A cheaper way to own a luxury car
What if we told you that it is now "easier" to own a Rolls-Royce? Winning the lottery is not the solution--you still have to be loaded to acquire an ultra-luxury vehicle. But now, you can opt to do it
Exclusively for Dubai customers
Rolls-Royce is creating a bespoke version of its Phantom Drophead Coupe exclusively for its customers in Dubai.Called the Maharaja Phantom Drophead Coupe, the vehicle honors India's affinity with the brand which started 100 years ago as the country's
How many and which model?
A hotelier has just placed the largest single order for a fleet of Rolls-Royce cars. Stephen Hung of the Louis XIII hotel in Macau has ordered 30 bespoke Extended Wheelbase Phantoms from the British luxury carmaker. Two vehicles in the fleet
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