Rolls-Royce

The best Range Rover money can buy 0

The potential customer list for these will be limited, most likely oil sheiks, former prime ministers, successful hip hop artists, criminals – anyone with more wonga than they know what to do with is what I’m getting at. Yes, we’re talking about the new Range Rover flagship vehicle – the SVAutobiography. If you want one(…)

A look back at the Bentley Mulsanne Turbo and Turbo R (1982 – 1995) 0

The 1982 Mulsanne can legitimately be called the car that marked Bentley’s reemergence from under the shadow of Rolls-Royce. When launched, the first Mulsanne Turbo looked similar in many ways to the standard version, but an Garrett AiResearch turbocharger attached to the 6750cc V8 engine boosted power by a whopping 50%. 300bhp was enough to(…)

A look back at the Rolls-Royce Silver Dawn (1949 – 1955) 0

The release of the Silver Dawn in 1949 was the first indication that the Rolls-Royce and Bentley ranges were unifying. The car was a badge-engineered Bentley MkVI delivered as a entry level Rolls Royce, aimed at the ludicrously wealthy but slightly less aristocratic customers who didn’t necessarily want to stretch to the extravagance of having(…)

Rolls Royce Sweptail – Luxury motoring like you’ve never seen before 0

You have to hand it to Rolls-Royce, their status as the world’s leading purveyor of luxury cars was never really at risk. No sooner had the young pretenders: Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz started rolling out their own hopeful attempts of cars that would monopolise the uber-luxury limo segment, that the iconic brand decided to reassert(…)

What are the Man United players driving? 0

It’s well documented how much money footballers make, and if you’ve got to the stage of your career where you’re playing for Manchester United – long established as one of the world’s top three richest football clubs – you’ve probably got more than most of your contemporaries. So, when you can afford to buy any(…)

Rolls Royce Zenith 0

The Rolls Royce Phantom is a vehicle which has underpinned luxury since its first conception. Now its seventh generation is going to be discontinued to make way for the 2018 eighth generation. To celebrate the four year stint which the seventh generation lasted for, there will be 50 special ‘Zenith’ editions unveiled. What a nice(…)

An SUV and hybrid technology for Rolls-Royce? 0

A Rolls-Royce SUV could be made. The CEO of the company confirmed that idea is still being considered, with the final decision coming later this year. Recent company success has made it more and more likely that the company will deliver a SUV. Sales of 4,063 were made in 2014, meaning a 12% increase on(…)

The Rolls-Royce Ghost II Review 1

Any Rolls-Royce model is magnificent, standing at the pinnacle of car industry standards in all aspects. The Ghost model is just below the Phantom, but nevertheless makes for a highly desirable car. The vehicle has been improved a great deal. A brand new eight speed automatic gearbox works in sync with the satellite navigation system(…)