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Rolls Royce News

the wraith comes with distinctive looks from the summer studio

Rolls-Royce Wraith, created in the Summer Studio in Porto Cervo, Sardinia just made its debut. As you know, The Wraith model is the hottest and most powerful Rolls-Royce ever produced. The two-door luxury beautyone more time promises to deliver extraordinary power and style. The Wraith and Its Presence With its unmistakable style, the vehicle is equipped with a twin-turbo V12 engine, that works in full harmony with an eight-speed automatic ZF

dawn rises for rolls-royce. rare model will ride under sunlight one more time

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars announced the name of its latest model. It will be exciting and sensuous and will be named Rolls-Royce Dawn. The luxury vehicle was unveiled at the 2015 Rolls-Royce World Dealer Conference in Los Angeles California. This is the next step, after the brand has released Phantom, Ghost and Wraith models. The Rolls-Royce Dawn has the opportunity to revive a famous name, that was first used in 1949. Sadly, itapplied to only 28

onyx release rolls-royce ghost dubbed san mortiz

The tuners at Onyx are mostly famous for their Land Rover based projects. However, we have seen a Bentley and now it is the time for one of the most emblematic luxury car in the world – the Rolls-Royce. Under the spotlight is the Ghost dubbed in this case San Mortiz. Exterior As the specialists say, this name is an expression of the ultimate dynamism and style. The exterior has been changed significantly, with the help of many upgrades. The most prominent new feature is the sportier San Mortiz front bumper. It

rolls-royce is inspired by fashion. releases wraith special edition

Could we compare a Rolls-Royce with the world of Haute Couture? The answer is definitely a “yes”! And this is not only because the exclusivity of both, but also because they have long been bound by a common philosophy: to use the finest of materials and create the most spectacular and exquisite product. And all of this is mixed with customer’s personal preferences. Therefore, it is no surprise that Rolls-Royce has just introduced a Wrait

rolls-royce puts phantom in the limelight

Rolls-Royce has released the latest Bespoke Phantom Collection called “Limelight”. The name is inspired by the “limelight effect” which was discovered in the 1820s by Sir Goldsworthy Gurney and is now associated not only with the invention but also with fame. This effect has changed illumination in the theatres around the world, because it has been used to highlight leading actors on the stage. And this where the phrase “in the limelight” comes from. To go into details, the car has been equipped with

project cullinan brings a vehicle for every type of terrain

In an open letter Roll-Royce Motor Cars made a statement and gave details for the so called Project Cullinan. Strict to the word given, Rolls-Royce team unveiled photographs of the vehicle-developing program. The pictures are of the engineering mule, that will be completely unveiled this week. The mule, influenced by t

The Rolls-Royce Motor Cars launches a film, named "And the World Stood Still", that is accepted into the British Film Institute National Archive - the world's biggest collection of film and TV. To celebrate this, Rolls-Royce created a Wraith that is inspired by the film. The film itself introduces the Wraith, which is the most powerful and technologically advanced vehicle ever created by Rolls-Royce. The shoot is taken in a secret place

rolls royce phantom al-adiyat is inspired by equestrian power

If you think that Rolls-Royce is that old-fashioned automaker that changes nothing, well you’d be wrong. At least in term of the way it is communicating its news. For a long time now the company is using its official facbook page to announce special edition models like the one we are going to review. What we have at hand is a beautiful Phantom Coupe, styled in “Al-Adiyat” theme. In Arabic “Al-Adiyat” stands for the noise which a powe


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