Despite a difficult year for many Australians, Rolls-Royce still managed to sell an impressive amount of cars in 2020.
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Rolls-Royce sold 40 cars in Australia in the months leading up to December 2020 – only eight short of its total at the same point in 2019.

The main event for 2021 will be the arrival of the second-generationGhost sedan, which debuted in September 2020.

Shortly thereafter, a Ghost Extended variant – featuring a lengthened body – followed.

Late in 2020, the luxury carmaker also revealed its 'Neon Nights' trio, a limited series of brightly-hued examples of the Cullinan, Dawn and Wraith Black Badge models available for commission for customers worldwide.

Meanwhile, the Dawn Silver Bullet – a new limited-run roadster – was also revealed, while the name 'Silent Shadow' was trademarked in Germany, rumoured to be for an electrified Rolls-Royce in the future.

ModelWhat's new?SegmentDue
GhostNew-generation modelLarge carDeliveries expected in Q1, 2021 – Australian timing TBC