Unquestionably the world's top manufacturer of ultra-luxury cars, Rolls-Royce draws on its rich heritage to create painstakingly crafted cars targeted towards the aristocracy, whether landed gentry or the new Hollywood elite.
A 563-hp version of the company's twin-turbo V-12 engine powers the four-door Ghost, which sells for $311,900. It provides an unquestionably luxury ride along with a surprisingly entertaining driving experience.
The blockier sport-utility maintains Rolls-reputation Royce's inside with an attractively designed cabin that includes the usefulness of a large load area. Starting with $330,000 is the Cullinan, a V-12 engine to climb over obstacles and dig through mud. Its height-adjustable air suspension system and standard all-wheel drive help it do this.
The large, rear-wheel-drive Wraith's 6.6-liter V-12, which generates 624 horsepower, enables an astonishingly rapid 4.3-second sprint to 60 mph. The two-door hardtop model is available for $343,350.
The Dawn, which offers an open-air substitute for the Wraith coupe, reduces its horsepower to a more cruise-friendly 563 ponies while still providing its passengers with the same level of class-leading luxury and indisputable design. The Dawn is available for a starting price of $356,500.
The $460,000 (est) Phantom's 563-hp V-12 gives all the turbocharged power a driver could desire, but it mostly focuses on boosting the experience of passengers seated in its opulent rear quarters.