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.
The luxury automaker's CEO says Rolls-Royce won't offer plug-in hybrids, instead focusing on full electrification.
Only 50 will be made, with a new Ghost set to debut in 2020.
There's a new one on the way in 2020, so consider this the swan song.
If you want to feel special, there is no better car than a Rolls-Royce.
Forget about manufacturer-sponsored press trips. I'm going to test this $325,000 SUV in the real dirt world.
A must-have accessory for all your summer picnics.
Kabaň's resume includes designing the Bugatti Veyron.
It's going to a person who collects both, which sounds like quite the life.