Rolls-Royce car reviews
If you’re looking for the ultimate convertible experience, look no further. The Phantom Drophead Coupe is a refined, luxury, open-top cruiser that will allow you to enjoy both the fresh air and the sound of a sublime V12 engine.
Date added: Wednesday 04 May 2011.
A slightly sportier incarnation of the Phantom, the Coupe has broadly similar qualities to its saloon sibling, but is better suited to being driven, rather than driven in.
Date added: Thursday 31 March 2011.
The Rolls-Royce Phantom is about as special as a car can get. Quiet, refined, powerful and with a ride that supplies a close approximation of floating on air, it is the height of automotive aspiration.
Date added: Wednesday 30 March 2011.
The Rolls-Royce Ghost is an exceptional feat of engineering and a genuine pleasure to drive. Powerful and perfectly balanced, it’s the car every fat cat will want to drive home in from the boardroom.
Date added: Monday 01 February 2010.
Geneva Motor Show's most sinister-sounding unveil has been for the Rolls-Royce Wraith, the two-door fastback version of the Ghost.
Date added: Tuesday 05 March 2013.
If you have the desire to own an exotic car but also have practical considerations – such as children to transport – don’t worry. There are plenty of ways to enjoy a thoroughbred driving experience with three passengers aboard.
Date added: Tuesday 27 July 2010.
After the success of the Phantom, Rolls-Royce is launching a new model, the slightly smaller, slightly less expensive and sportier Ghost. Craig Thomas took to the roads of southern California to see if it lives up to Rolls-Royce’s high standards.
Date added: Wednesday 10 February 2010.