The company plans to go fully electric by 2030.
The upgrade in power adds 114 hp.
The cars pay tribute to George Eyston, who set a land-speed record o 357+ mph in 1938.
The pinnacle of modern coachbuilding.
Only three SPOFEC Overdoses will be produced.
The upgrade package adds a widebody kit and an extra 107 hp.
Only 20 will be built and every single one is already sold.
The rare wood only grows in Hawaii.
The new "Neon Nights" collection is inspired by exotic plants and animals.
The Extended model is over six inches longer than the standard Ghost.
The watchmaker joins the company on its upcoming world record attempt.
The most technologically-advanced Rolls-Royce to date.
The star cluster features 90,000 laser-etched, LED-lit dots.
The company has also announced a partnership with Rolls-Royce.
The limited edition Wraith hides an encrypted cipher.
Membership is exclusive to new Rolls-Royce owners.
The new model completes the Black Badge range.
The collection will be limited to just 50 examples.
The coupe is named after the engine that powered the first non-stop transatlantic flight.
A picnic basket fit for Bruce Wayne.
The luxury automaker looks to the stars.