Rolls Royce

2020 Rolls-Royce Dawn

PHOENIX — Unlike mainstream automakers with a plethora of new models released every year, a new Rolls-Royce doesn’t come along very often. Enter the Dawn, a gorgeous new four-seat convertible introduced a couple model years ago that is undeniably the most sensual, captivating and immersive luxury car experiences available.

2014 Rolls-Royce Wraith

PHOENIX — No cars, no dealers, no factory, no nothing; it is a convoluted story but that’s what BMW started with when it acquired the full rights to Rolls-Royce in 1998. The first car on BMW’s watch didn’t roll off the newly built assembly line at Goodwood, England, until 2003. But since the introduction of the Roll-Royce Phantom, the company added five more models in eight years.

Rolls-Royce Ghost — Ultimate luxury in a smaller package

By Jim Meachen and Ted Biederman

Entry level takes on a new connotation when discussing the Rolls-Royce Ghost. In most automobile brands the entry level car is the one with the lowest price, the smallest engine, and lacking in amenities and creature comforts reserved for the more popular, but more expensive higher trim levels. To say the Ghost, which hit the market in 2010 wearing an historic name going back more than 100 years into Rolls-Royce motor car history, is an entry level car is accurate to a degree.