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Rolls-Royce reveals limited edition Wraith Luminary Collection

Master of bespoke-built automobiles, Rolls-Royce, has announced its latest ultra-exclusive edition with the 55-unit Wraith Luminary Collection. In response to demand for the brand’s ‘Collection Cars’ the Luminary Collection vehicles are the result of Rolls-Royce Bespoke, which specialises in high-dollar customisations...

Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Collection announced

Rolls-Royce has detailed the limited-run Silver Ghost Collection, based on the 2018 model-year Ghost limousine. Celebrating the 1907 long-distance record of Charles Rolls and Claude Johnson in Sir Henry Royce's original 'Silver Ghost', the Silver Ghost Collection is limited to just 35 units and gets a host of unique appointments to make the already-exclusive limousine that little more special...

Rolls-Royce Cullinan to get fold-out boot seats

The Rolls-Royce Cullinan teaser series continues, with images of the 'Viewing Suite' that will be available in the upcoming "high-sided vehicle". Designed and engineered in-house, the Cullinan's Viewing Suite is electrically operated and mounted in the boot...

Rolls-Royce: Cullinan name confirmed for upcoming SUV

Rolls-Royce has confirmed it will name its new "high-sided car" the Cullinan – though we pretty much knew that already. Basically, the British marque has taken the 'Project' out of 'Project Cullinan', naming its new SUV after a sought-after African diamond extracted in the early 1900s...

Pre-war wonders go under the hammer

A number of pre-war vehicles will be in the spotlight for the upcoming Shannons Late Summer Auction, which sees a 1935 Auburn 653 Phaeton that’s been in the same family since new going under the hammer. Once a carriage manufacturer, Auburn was considered one of the most elegant American cars of the ‘20s, and this example (top) is no exception, having undergone a full restoration in ’90s...

2019 Rolls-Royce Cullinan drops camo

The 2019 Rolls-Royce Cullinan has been spied again this week, wearing a little less disguise and giving us a better look at the upcoming uber-luxe crossover. While the British marque refuses to associate the Cullinan with a pedestrian term like 'SUV', instead referring to it as a High-Sided Vehicle (HSV), the upcoming crossover looks very much like a member of the Rolls-Royce family...

2019 Rolls-Royce Cullinan spied inside and out

The 2019 Rolls-Royce Cullinan has been spied again this week, with the interior snapped by photographers for the first time. Pitched as an "all-terrain, high-sided vehicle" – Rolls-Royce refuses to use such a pedestrian term as 'SUV' – the Cullinan will essentially be a shorter, jacked-up version of the Phantom with a wagon-like tail...

Rolls-Royce looks to coachbuilt future

Luxury car buyers value exclusivity higher than almost anything else, with Rolls-Royce CEO Torsten Müller-Ötvös confirming the company is looking to build both low-run coachbuilt specials, but also to dramatically expand the extent to which its cars can be customized by the factory...

Rolls-Royce looks to electrify Phantom, stays cool on autonomy

While there was no surprise that Rolls-Royce chose to launch the new Phantom with a V12 petrol engine, the company has also been dropping broad hints it will follow with an EV version. Those hints started as long ago as 2011 with the 102EX concept, but now CEO Torsten Müller-Ötvös has confirmed that the new Phantom is likely to receive the option of a pure electric powertrain during its lifespan...

Rolls-Royce SUV on Australian radar

Don’t expect to see too many Rolls-Royces on Australia’s dirt tracks when the British luxury marque’s first SUV is launched in 2019. That’s the view of the company’s Regional Director, Asia Pacific, Paul Harris who told CarAdvice that while the SUV, dubbed ‘Project Cullinan’ will be more than capable off-road, it’s unlikely too many will venture off the hot-mix...

2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom revealed, here in Q4 - UPDATE

UPDATE (28 September): Rolls-Royce's local arm has confirmed a starting price of $950,000 for the Phantom in Australia. See bottom of article for details. The all-new 2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom has been revealed this week in the UK, pitched by the company as the "most technologically-advanced Rolls-Royce ever"...