The Wraith comes out as the most powerful Rolls-Royce model and the first fastback, integrating technology meant to serve the driver.
Ultra-luxury British automaker Rolls-Royce originally formed as a partnership between Charles Stewart Rolls and Frederick Henry Royce in 1904. Today Rolls-Royce is a subsidiary of BMW, producing a limited, exclusive model line-up from its headquarters in Goodwood, England.
You may think that the Rolls-Royce Dawn is a convertible Wraith, and it certainly looks that way, but the British luxury manufacturer claims it's almost entirely unique in its construction.
Rolls-Royce's new 2016 Dawn convertible features V-12 power, gorgeous open-pore wood, night vision and a transmission that takes its shifting orders from satellites.
Rolls-Royce's new Dawn is a stunning four-seat convertible for the world's most stylish One Percenters.
This coupe is a car the marque's founders would be proud of -- where better to take it for a spin than the streets of London?
Inviting the public in on its development process, Rolls-Royce released photos of an "engineering mule," a shortened Phantom model sporting a wing on its trunk, that it's using to test a chassis for its upcoming SUV.
Rolls-Royce has created Serenity, a one-of-a-kind Phantom with a made-to-order interior, hand-crafted to be the "ultimate luxury."
Although not exactly defying tradition, the Rolls-Royce Wraith takes the luxury automaker into new territory.
The Wraith is the most powerful car the English firm has ever built. But it's no sports car, it's a Rolls through and through.
CNET sat down with Rolls-Royce CEO Torsten Mueller-Oetvoes to talk about expanding the brand's appeal to younger buyers, new models, and efficient drivetrains.