An inside look at the creation of the brand’s most ambitious vehicle, its placement in the market, and what makes it a Rolls-Royce (even if it’s an SUV).
The Adamas Collection makes a bid for additional exclusivity with a distinctive use of carbon fibre, black diamonds, and even a rather eye-catching new headliner.
The genius of the new Phantom is that it retains the iconic presence of the current model, but manages to improve upon it all the same.
Bayerische Motoren Werke AG—better known today as the BMW Group—marked its 100th anniversary on March 7th in Munich this year.
In a world full of gas-electric hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and fully electric luxury cars, even the most extensively refined internal combustion engines cannot match the smooth and silent push from an electric motor.
This year’s New York International Auto Show, which kicked off on April 16 and continues until April 27, played host to all manner of vehicles from all segments (expected), but the cars that made the biggest impact were those from the upper echelons (perhaps unexpected). In particular, British brands made waves.
The 2014 Rolls-Royce Wraith is unlike any other car on the road. It is not a variation on a theme—it is arguably the most unique production automobile in the world today. Here’s why.
The Honourable Charles Rolls and Sir Henry Royce were an unlikely pair to found their iconic nameplate back in 1904, but great partnerships have often been based on odd collaborations.