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The very epitome of luxury, Rolls Royce has been a staple in the garages of the super rich for 100 years. The first Rolls Royce - the 10 hp - was introduced in 1904, but it was the Silver Ghost, first released in 1906, that was responsible for the British car maker's early reputation.
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Rolls-Royce is on pace for a record-setting sales year despite its complete lack of interest in increasing sales volume. The British automaker is on schedule to sell 4,000 vehicles this year, which would set a record under BMW ownership. In an interview with Autocar, a Rolls-Royce source said that the company is now financing its own... more
A luxury hotel in Macau will boast the largest fleet of Rolls-Royce vehicles in the world. The British automaker has announced that the Louis XIII hotel has ordered 30 bespoke Extended Wheelbase Phantoms and the transaction is the world’s largest single order of Rolls-Royce vehicles ever. In addition, two of the vehicles in the fleet... more
Are you a social media-savvy entrepreneur? Then you might own a Rolls-Royce. Or perhaps you have one in your future. In a recent sit down with Rolls-Royce CEO Törsten Müller-Ötvös, Rolls’ US President Eric Shepherd and Global Communications Director Richard Carter we learned a lot about just exactly who buys and drives what is considered... more
Cars like the Mercury Grand Marquis and Buick Roadmaster are quintessential examples of “old-person transportation,” if we may make a blatantly ageist statement. Potentially offensive remarks aside, these large, rear-wheel-drive sedans were a favorite of the grandparent set; it’s hard to believe they didn’t come from the factory with wrap-around sunglasses, AAA stickers and boxes... more
Rolls-Royce had a presence on the concept lawn at Pebble Beach this year with its new Waterspeed Collection Phantom Drophead Coupe. The specialized British luxury car is being offered by the brand to commemorate water speed records set by Malcolm Campbell in the iconic Bluebird K3 and K4 when he hit 126.33 mph in 1939.... more
Rolls-Royce is looking to offer an alternative drivetrain vehicle, but not because customers are asking for it. In 2011 the world’s most prestigious automotive brand rolled out the 102EX concept, an electric engineering study. It wasn’t put into production, and for good reason. According to company CEO Törsten Müller-Ötvös, no matter what concept Rolls-Royce makes,... more