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It was a game changer for Rolls-Royce
By now, you probably know that the Land Transportation Office (LTO) has rolled out plates for vintage cars. The first plate was turned over to its proud owner on May 23, 2023, and we're pretty sure more will follow. There were
A knockout luxury ride
Athletes are synonymous with flexing, that act of-intentionally or not-showing the things they have accumulated in this world: watches, clothes, houses, and of course cars. Boxers and fighters are especially known for flaunting their possessions on social media. But when
Ultra-lux, Chinese style
Aside from the H6, Hongqi launched another car that would appeal to the traditional wealthy types in China. The Chinese automaker unveiled the new L5, and it's everything that the sleek and swoopy H5 and H6 sedans aren't.The L5
An electric coupe for the ultra-rich
There can hardly be a more suitable drive for a Rolls-Royce than electric motors. CS Rolls himself said it in 1900: "The electric car is perfectly noiseless and clean. There is no smell or vibration." Although, presciently, he did add that
Rest in peace, Ma’am
While she's been chauffeured in hundreds of exquisite machines, it's no surprise to learn that Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II had a fondness for driving herself.Britain's longest reigning monarch-who sadly passed away aged 96-was a
The only thing low-key about this would be the updates
Rolls-Royce has announced a facelift for its flagship Phantom limo in its own inimitable style-the car, which was launched in 2017, is now known as the Rolls-Royce Phantom Series II as the firm reveals what it calls a "new
But why, though?
What a car owner does with his ride, unless he's endangering other motorists, is solely his business.If you want to slap on a corny decal or sticker for everyone to see? Go ahead. Install an ill-fitting piece of bodykit?
A visual representation of its abilities
Rolls-Royce prides itself on the historic exploits of its archive in traversing any terrain, and rightly so. But those cars, engineered to withstand much trauma, wore such talents lightly. Visually, at least.Enter the Germans. Bavarian tuning outfit delta4x4 has decided
What would you do?
Road rage is bad. Always has been. Cooler heads should prevail regardless of the situation. Don't just take it from us. When a certified badass like mixed martial arts legend Eduard Folayang says you should keep your cool, you should probably
Digging the new look?
Think 'Rolls-Royce' and you don't usually think 'slippery aero.' A Phantom or a Cullinan is about as slippery as the Royal Albert Hall. Could that be about to change?Rolls-Royce has redesigned its Spirit of Ecstasy for an
Do you approve?
Car: Aston Martin DB11Before starting his vlogs on Youtube in 2015, Dobrik gained early popularity on the video-sharing app Vine. He is known for his high-energy and funny videos. His most viewed video on YouTube is 'She said she'd
We wonder what sitting in one of these in traffic is like
If you're even considering buying an armored vehicle, chances are you have bigger problems to worry about than staying comfortable while stuck in traffic. Perhaps assassinations or kidnappings?That said, if someone's willing to go to those kinds of lengths
The brand knows where the industry is heading
If you still aren't convinced that the auto industry is heading towards an electric future, maybe this will serve as a proper wake-up call for you.Rolls-Royce, a brand that is all about quality (and price) over quantity, has
At the company’s service center in Goodwood
Rolls-Royce claims that every vehicle it builds is special. We can't disagree with that one. However, we do believe that some are more special than others.Take a look at this: the Rolls-Royce SRH. This is a small electric
It features 1,813 new and totally bespoke parts
Ladies and gentlemen of the Onternet, welcome to the Rolls-Royce Boat Tail-a near-six-meter-long grand tourer with a removable 'canopy' roof and something called a 'hosting suite' hidden beneath the rear deck.Based on the same basic platform
You’ll soon be able to commission a one-off body on a modern Rolls-Royce chassis
As you can tell from the images here, Rolls-Royce and coachbuilding go together like strawberries and sunburn in South West London.Of course, that's mainly because coachbuilding was at its zenith before mass production became a thing. In the first
At Auto Shanghai 2021
Subtlety is nice. After all, you don't want to make it too obvious you spent a small fortune on a Rolls-Royce to stand out. At the same time, you can afford a Rolls-so do you really care?Maybe you
The car isn’t half-bad, either
Many utilitarians take pride in keeping their SUV's rear cargo area as organized as possible. Sometimes, this is done via bins, racks, or other no-brainer aftermarket accessories. Count yourself among the lucky if your ride comes with a neatly concealed
We discover why it’s possibly the best luxury car on sale today
Rolls-Royce's Ghost is powered by a 6.75-liter twin-turbo V12 that makes 849Nm of torque from just 1,600rpm. That amount of twist from such a modest crank speed is one of the things that makes the Ghost
Just don’t look at the time
Sometimes, even the mere sight of traffic can stress you out. We're certain we've all been there-stuck helplessly on EDSA, surrounded by the sight of crawling cars and the sounds on incessant honking from motorists incapable of accepting their
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