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Rolls-Royce professionally renders the design concepts of kids

Super-luxury brand Rolls-Royce has professionally rendered the dream cars of kids, as part of an international design competition. From 5000 submissions four winners were eventually selected, each in one of the following categories; technology, environment, fantasy and fun. Chenyang from China, aged 13, took the top prize in the technology category, with the Rolls-Royce Bluebird II...

Gallery: Dune bashing in the Rolls-Royce Cullinan

Right here is where I could insert a (unexpectedly alliterative) joke about which dirty big dune basher Darth Vader would terrorise Tatooine in before dashing to Dagobah. Or, considering we're talking about dunes, perhaps a joke on what the Duke of Caladan would tour the spice mines of Arrakis in... Of course, here in the real world, the jokes are hardly needed at all...

BMW files to trademark 'Silent Shadow' name, likely for electrified Rolls-Royce

BMW has filed to trademark the name 'Silent Shadow' in Germany, suggesting that a long-rumoured all-electric Rolls-Royce could be further into development than we previously thought. The paperwork tells us the designation is for "automobiles and their parts," but does not specify the project for which it is destined...

2021 Rolls-Royce Ghost Extended: $740,000 Rolls makes its Australian debut

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has launched its new Ghost Extended in Australia. This lengthened-version comes off the back of the all-new Ghost's global reveal earlier in September. According to Rolls-Royce, the Ghost Extended caters for a "dynamic group of entrepreneurs" who "expressed a desire for a chauffeur-driven business tool for the week that can transform into a serenely comfortable and dynamic self-driven saloon at the weekend"...

2021 Rolls-Royce Ghost revealed

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has pulled back the sheet on the 2021 Ghost sedan, giving a first glimpse and key details of what to expect from the new model. The new Ghost follows the Rolls-Royce Post Opulent design philosophy, thus “rejecting superficial expressions of wealth,” according to press materials...

Rolls-Royce shows off limited-edition Dawn Silver Bullet

First announced back in March, Rolls-Royce has now released official photos of the Dawn Silver Bullet. Limited to a build of just 50 vehicles, Rolls-Royce says the model is inspired by the big roadsters of the 1920s. Designed as a roadster version of the Dawn Drophead, the Silver Bullet sees the rear seats replaced with an aero cowling finished in tan-coloured upholstery with a titanium windbreak...

Classic Rolls-Royce goes electric

Up to 30 classic Rolls-Royces are set to be restored with electric powertrains by British conversion specialists Lunaz. The Phantom V and Silver Cloud variants will be offered in a range of body styles, including four-door limousine, two-door coupé and drop head coupé. The Phantom V draws power from a 120kWh battery pack, while the Silver Cloud draws power from a 80kWh battery pack...

Around the tracks: Sylvester Stallone's Escalade and a mysterious beach car wreck

When we’re not creating it ourselves, the CarAdvice team spends a lot of time finding and consuming motoring content from all over the world. Here’s a handful of the photos, articles, videos or social media posts that most caught our eye last week. Some of them are brand new, others have been online for a while. Enjoy them – just not too much, okay? 1...

New Rolls-Royce Ghost will be all-wheel-drive

Rolls-Royce has revealed its next-generation Ghost limousine will be all-wheel drive. In a promotional video posted to Twitter, the iconic manufacturer also announced the 2021 Rolls-Royce Ghost will have four-wheel steering and a new predictive suspension system...

Rolls Royce Drophead: patent filing may have revealed new convertible

Images have surfaced from a Brazilian patent office showing what appears to be a new Rolls Royce convertible. Revealed on the TaycanEV forum, the vehicle shows teak decking at the rear – reminiscent of luxury speedboats of the 1920s – and a detail seen on Phantom Drophead Coupe models...

Struggle street: the cars yet to pass 25 sales so far this year

The new-car market has been competitive and cutthroat for a while, but the first half of 2020 increased the pressure to perform. With production delays due to coronavirus, a raft of exciting new models on the horizon, electric and hybrid cars upping their game and buyers facing financial limitations, every new vehicle on the market had to fight harder than ever to succeed...