Rolls-Royce releases official sketches of new RR4
Rolls Royce has unveiled the first sketches of the forthcoming baby saloon due to be launched in 2010.
Future baby Rolls-Royce
The baby Rolls has been spotted during testing and reveals a bit more about the future luxury model.
Rolls-Royce names a new CEO
Rolls-Royce has announced that Tom Purves will join the company as its new CEO leaving its position of Chairman and CEO of BMW US.
Chinese car luxury market boom
Bentley has sold 338 cars in China and Hong Kong last year, a 93 percent increase over 2006 while Rolls Royce sold 106 vehicles on the Chinese market.
Rolls Royce unveils the Phantom Coupe
Rolls Royce has announced it will reveal the new Phantom Coupe at the Geneva Motor Show.
Rolls Royce Phantom modified by EDAG
EDAG doesn’t expect to be famous for its design skills but for its expertise in technical feats. When applying this philosophy to the Rolls Royce Phantom, EDAG doesn’t change the styling but features an articulated roof that allows graceful, upright entry into the Phantom’s recessed rear seat.
Baby Rolls to feature an unknown engine
Rolls Royce officials have gave some details to Inside Line about the future baby Rolls. The car will be a bit less expensive than originally thought.
Spyshots: baby Rolls
The first spyshots and information about the baby Rolls are emerging on Internet. The future limousine has been spotted in the streets of Munich.
Rolls Royce Phantom Tungsten
Rolls Royce has launched a limited edition of Phantom model dubbed the 'Tungsten', which includes styling features form the 101 EX concept car. On the outside the car differs from the normal version by adopting the ‘Xirallic’ Darkest Tungsten paint finish, the brushed aluminium bonnet and a new seven-spoke 21”, forged aluminium wheels. Also at the rear end, the Tungsten edition features a pair of chrome-plated exhaust pipes.
First Phantom Drophead Coupés leave Rolls-Royce factory
The five first Phantom Drophead Coupés left the company's head office last Friday. Despite the £260,000/$407,000/€370,000 price tag, all five customers chose the optional steel bonnet and the rear teak deck.
Rolls-Royce's first used car scheme
According to the British magazine Car, Rolls-Royce has introduced its first used car scheme, called Provenance.
Rolls-Royce bought at auction for £800,000
Like Ford that auctioned a Ford GT for a charity one year ago, Rolls Royce auctioned the Phantom Drophead Coupé at the 9th Annual White Tie and Tiara Ball held to raise money for the Elton John AIDS Foundation. A private buyer bought the spectacular coupé for £800,000.