To put it simply, Rolls-Royce make some of the best cars in the world. Their motto is 'Strive for Perfection'. All models are handcrafted and only use the finest materials. The result is three stunning models on offer, the Phantom, Wraith and Ghost. They are the epitome of luxury motoring.
Each Rolls-Royce car is hand-built to order, meaning customers can select many different finishing touches. For example, there are 44,000 different colour options for the bodywork and limitless wooden veneer choices and countless leather options for the interior.
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The Rolls-Royce Ghost is a super luxury saloon. As standard, it comes with climate and cruise control, electric heated front seats, Bluetooth connectivity, a sat-nav and more.
However, if you’re willing to splash a little cash, Rolls Royce offers a comprehensive customisation scheme, which allows the buyer to tailor the Ghost to their exact specifications.
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Some argue the iconic Rolls-Royce Phantom is the best car in the world. However, it doesn’t come cheap.
Made with the finest leather, wood veneers and a lamb’s wool carpet, everything about this car screams luxury. You even get a drinks cabinet in the central armrest with a cool box and twin champagne flutes for your leisure.
There’s also an option of a gallery, which replaces most of the dashboard with a glass-covered display area, which the customer can commission their own artwork for.
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The sportiest Rolls-Royce model, the Wraith is a luxury Coupe. The closest it has to a rival is the Bentley Continental GT, although this is smaller and slightly more cramped.
The Wraith has a V12, 6.6-litre petrol engine which, while surprisingly quiet, can be thirsty, meaning running costs won’t be low.
Despite its sporty looks, there’s no rev counter. Instead, this has been replaced by a ‘power reserve’ gauge, which shows how much harder the engine could work - a kind of reverse rev counter.
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*Information sourced from Parkers.co.uk