The Rolls-Royce Ghost, Updated For Poor Old Venture Capitalists

You there! You, with the buckets of cash! You, the job creators! Do you feel underserved? Do you feel like no one out there really gets you, understands your wants and needs? Do you feel like you have so much connectivity, but not in the British cowpeelings you desire? Fear no longer, as the new Rolls-Royce Ghost has… » 3/04/14 11:00pm 3/04/14 11:00pm

Rolls-Royce Customers Love Customizing Their Rolls-Royces

Last year, almost 95% of Rolls-Royce cars purchased were personalized by their bespoke workshop. The Phantom was the most popular subject, with 99% of Middle-Eastern, 98% of North American, 95% of European and 86% of Asian buyers individualizing their cars, while Rolls-Royce also increased their revenue by 30%. » 2/25/14 2:20pm 2/25/14 2:20pm

Lincoln To Attempt Non-Terrible Advertising Campaign

This is The Morning Shift, our one-stop daily roundup of all the auto news that's actually important — all in one place at 9:30 AM. Or, you could spend all day waiting for other sites to parse it out to you one story at a time. Isn't your time more important? » 10/09/13 9:30am 10/09/13 9:30am

This Rolls-Royce Silver Shadowmino Can Haul Pallets Of Fancy Mustard

This Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow-based pickup is strikingly well executed. Look how great that rear quarter window looks, and how nicely trimmed and finished the bed is. This pickup is so freaking classy it makes me want to crap brie. » 5/17/13 12:00pm 5/17/13 12:00pm

Rolls-Royce Once Built A Car To Keep You Out Of Jail

Rolls-Royce's very first V8 engine was placed in a car whose sole purpose was to keep you from speeding. It was actually the first time a V8 had ever been designed for a passenger car. And, another version of this car was meant to compete with electric cars. Pretty much everything about these ideas seem nuts, but this… » 4/15/13 2:20pm 4/15/13 2:20pm

Check Out The BMW Museum's Quintessentially British Rolls-Royce Exhibit

If you are in Munich, make sure to go to the BMW Museum. They just opened their first ever Rolls-Royce Motor Cars exhibition entitled ‘Strive for Perfection’, which celebrates the tenth year of the marque under BMW's wings, and the 150th anniversary of the birth of Sir Henry Royce. » 3/20/13 11:44am 3/20/13 11:44am

Why Did The Grey Poupon Oscars Ad Makers Disguise The Rolls-Royces?

As usual, the biggest take-away from the Oscars this year was America's continued love affair with mustard. We've got the Yellow Fever bad, and the Grey Poupon commercial that aired during the Oscars just confirmed that with its huge popularity.  That Grey Poupon commercial was, of course, based on a 1988 original, and… » 2/26/13 3:00pm 2/26/13 3:00pm