Rolls-Royce is a British luxury manufacturer which is owned by BMW, but began through a partnership between motoring and aviation pioneers Charles Rolls and Henry Royce. A global survey which was put out in the late ‘80s showed that the company came only second to Coca-Cola as the most recognised brand names.
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There is still popular demand for the infamous Spirit of Ecstasy and distinctly commanding Rolls-Royce grille, both of which sit confidently on the elongated bonnet of each model and do a great job of radiating ultimate motoring richness.
Rolls-Royce’s entry-level Ghost is extraordinarily elegant and comes with the typically strong, bulky appearance which is recognised far and wide. Its charismatic stance is ironic given that its name implies something which isn’t there. Standard across the trims is a V12 twin turbo with 562bhp.
Unfortunately, if good fuel economy is important to you then you may want to look away now. Even the above base model returns a stingy 16.8mpg. However, for a car which has a kerb weight of 2,490kg and accelerates from 0-62mph in just 4.7 seconds, this comes as no surprise.
So, if you’re serious about big performance for your big car, then the Wraith is the answer. A Grand Tourer which is aptly described as “unsurpassed” by its maker. As with most Rolls-Royce cars, this mid-level model comes packed with neat personalisation features as standard. These include an umbrella which fits into the car doorjamb, luxury sheepskin floors and night vision. Pretty cool when you consider it’s also the most powerful vehicle in the entire range, with a 6.6-litre twin turbo V12 engine.
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