Rolls-Royce buyers are younger than ever and want to drive themselves instead of being driven.
The Phantom Tranquillity is part of a collection of just 25 bespoke units that are already sold out.
Rolls-Royce also says it won’t introduce autonomous tech until Level 4 systems are available.
Instead of a brand-new Lincoln Navigator, you can get a modern Rolls – if you’re brave enough.
Entrepreneur Reuben Singh recently took delivery of three new Phantoms and three matching Cullinans.
Sir wants a picnic hamper for his ride? That’ll be just $46,000, thank you very much.
Here are the finest cars Rolls-Royce built last year for its most fastidious customers.
Buying and trying to repair a damaged Rolls-Royce is definitely not for the faint of heart.
The tuner added a dual color paint, new body components and a plusher interior, among others.
HPI has put together a Top 13 list of cars with eerily monikers, some of which are clear no-brainers.
While the body kit is not that bad, the execution leaves a lot to be desired and the size is totally wrong.
The new option offers passenger total discretion when riding in the back of the Extended Wheelbase Phantom.