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.
This is actually extremely cool.
The Cullinan, Dawn and Wraith Black Badge get a little wild with the new Neon Nights series, and only three of them will be sold in the US.
Rolls-Royce's smaller sedan is every bit as luxurious as the company's bigger offerings.
The only cars nicer than the new Ghost are other Rolls-Royces.
The best part of a new Rolls-Royce debut is playing with the online configurator. Well, aside from actually riding in a real one, of course.
The extended-wheelbase model has almost 7 extra inches of rear legroom compared to the standard Ghost.
Rolls-Royce's smaller sedan, the Ghost, is totally new from the ground up.
The stretched-out Ghost Extended offers more rear legroom should sir or madam prefer to be chauffeured.