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It’s almost 2016, which means, if my math is correct, 1916 will be exactly one century ago. There were plenty of cars in 1916, and, generally, they did the same thing that cars do today: get your ass from one place to another without some smug horse all up in your business. Car technology has evolved dramatically,…
Rory Reid is the Editor-In-Chief of British car/tech site Recombu, a TV presenter and apparently a pretty talented poetry speaker (singer?). Here’s his review of the Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II. As a poem. That sort of seems like a song.
Norwegian shipping company Simon Møkster Shipping got a brand new offshore platform supply vessel back in August. That might not mean anything to you, but the ship’s bridge is the first to tout a new type of ergonomic design created Rolls-Royce–and it looks like an amazing place to work.
Many new cars have a system where you can hand-write on a touch screen and the infotainment system will read the letters. The new Rolls-Royce takes this to a new, globalized level.
The new Rolls-Royce Dawn is a convertible. Does it have a retractable hard top, the supposed high point in convertible technology? Hell no! it’s all fabric, because soft tops are true luxury.
English investigators are treating a recent blaze that destroyed hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of supercars as arson, according to reports.
“Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has contributed to the myth and legend of the contemporary music scene since the birth of Rock & Roll.” That’s the first sentence of the latest Rolls press release.
The only thing I like more than Rolls-Royce cars and its branding is a proper Rolls-Royce press release. This one is about the ‘Wraith – Inspired by Fashion’, so buckle up!
The latest Rolls-Royce series, the Phantom Limelight, comes with what it calls Ladies’ and Gentleman’s panniers, plus the most comfortable rear seats your butt has ever encountered. Anybody can buy a Maybach, but to get this, you’ll need to hurry because RR is only make 25 of them.
If you’re out and about and see a sinister-looking, black Rolls-Royce Phantom with a super-elevated ride height and a spoiler that looks like it came off your cousin’s old Integra, fear not; it’s not the latest tuner car project driven by some celebrity with more money than taste. It’s actually Rolls’ new SUV test…
Rolls-Royce will do damn near anything to its cars given enough cash. That's bred a fair amount of tasteless monstrosities, so Rolls seems to be swaying owners in a more classy direction, and it starts with over 30 feet of hand-woven silk.
It's been commonly said that la crème-da-la-crème of carmakers of the world will build you anything you want, as long as you have the money. Thanks to a new report from Bloomberg, we now know that's actually true. Rolls-Royce, at least, will build and change anything your heart desires. Except for two things.
Rolls-Royce has finally confirmed that it's making an SUV. Except it's not an SUV. They're calling it a "high-bodied car" that "can cross any terrain." That certainly sounds SUVish, no?
There's two basic ways to have a bespoke Rolls-Royce created just for you: either work really hard at making or being born into a lot of money, or, be a dog. Personally, I'd take the latter option, as it offers some engaging ball-licking opportunities as well. So, if you're a dog, heads up: Rolls-Royce has a concept…
Have you ever bought a Rolls-Royce? Specifically, have you ever bought a strangely small Rolls-Royce that had kind of bad paint, a headliner ripped all to hell, and desperately needed a muffler for, oh, about $1100? If so, my friend, then I'm afraid you've been had, because that wasn't a real Rolls at all! Luckily,…
I'm not exactly sure what this says about our world, but I feel like it's an indicator of something important. Right at this moment, the current state of human life on Earth has progressed to a point where a 2-cylinder Citroën 2CV costs $10,000 more than a long-wheelbase Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow. This is meaningful,…
You've spent a lifetime surrounded by liquid carbon, trading oil like it was your own lifeblood. So when you sit in your car, you obviously want to be surrounded by solid carbon, because that makes sense. Enter the Rolls-Royce Ghost Carbon Edition.