Rolls-Royce Ghost and Wraith Get Sportified


Rolls-Royce will offer a new range of upgrades for its Ghost and Wraith models that are intended to appeal to a younger generation of buyers. The Black Badge models retain their original engines but power for the Ghost Black Badge’s 6.6-litre twin-turbo V12 has been increased to 595bhp and torque is up to 620lb ft. … [Read more…]

Rolls-Royce: Amazing Upgrades For Luxurious Rides

Sweptail (US$12.8 million, RM57.6 million) is an achingly gorgeous piece of machinery that showcases Rolls-Royce’s immortal coach-building expertise. A brushed aluminium piece frames the dignified face and leads into the hand-polished Pantheon grille. Along the sides, a combination of concave surfaces and mild flaring of the wheel arches lend a taut appearance which culminates in … [Read more…]

Rolls-Royce Phantom VII


The Lady Vanishes It has always been a hell of a thing to transcend the times – to remain aloof and impervious to change. Especially true in this age of rampantly accelerating technology and social trends moving like a forest fire in a high wind. Who’s pulled it off and thrived? Jagger? Brucie? The Queen, … [Read more…]

Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead


Rolls-Royce convertibles have always been the choice of high rollers, but when the first Phantom drop-top was auctioned, it sold for four times its list price. Like the Corniche convertible before it, this is one of the world’s most expensive and desirable rag-tops. Despite weighing nearly three tons, it can whisper to 60 mph (96 … [Read more…]

Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III


In 1965, $20,000 bought a seven-bedroomed house, 11 Austin Minis, or a Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud. The Rolls that everybody remembers was the ultimate conveyance of landed gentry and captains of industry. But, by the early Sixties, Britain’s social fabric was shifting.