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Top cars from Rolls Royce

Luxury, class, elegance, comfort- talk of something that has all of this under one roof, we can simply point out the English automobile manufacturer, Rolls Royce. Actually founded back in the wake of the 20th century, the brand has given the world many unforgettable luxury pieces.

So here we have pulled together a list of top cars from Rolls Royce that would steal your heart away. Recently, as many would have noticed, Rolls Royce is pretty much into reinventing itself. Its focus is apparently shifting from creating virtual yacht like luxuries to making eye-catching cars for younger clients. Therefore, it is paying more attention to performance now.

Read on to know about the exotic Rolls Royce models that made it to our list of ‘Top Cars from Rolls Royce’. The list particularly includes the 21st-century models, produced by Rolls Royce Motor Cars limited as a subsidy of BMW, rather than the older bests from the England based automaker. In fact, a majority of them are the tuned versions!

Rolls Royce Phantom series II Mansory Conquistador

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We were in kind of confusion whether to take Phantom Coupe series II or this tune up edition for the list- and for once, we had to select this. For those who are after the most exquisite luxury vehicles and somehow don’t find Phantom from Rolls Royce exclusive and exotic enough, the Germany based tuner,  Mansory, has done the job. Honestly, it is an incredible work that it has done on the 7th generation vehicle. The 2014 tune up model can accelerate to a speed 60 miles per hour from a standstill in just 5.2 seconds- which is pretty decent acceleration for a luxury brand. There is a bunch of additions including LED daylights, new leather interior, improvised interior light effects, forged wheels among others.

Engine: 7.5 Litre V12

Power output: 551 HP

Current market value: $800,000

Top speed hit: 174 miles per hour

Gear system: 8 speed automatic

 

Rolls Royce Wraith Novitec Spofec

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Here is another 2014 tuned up luxury model from the century-old English automaker. Wraith, the coupe version of Ghost got its tuning from Novitec- the tuner well established and renowned for tuning Ferrari and Maserati. For those who are wondering, Spofec is Novitec’s division for Rolls Royce. Now why is it here in our top list? Well, this had to make it to the list. It has got some of the quickest acceleration among the Rolls Royce models- it can prance to 60 miles per hour in just 4.2 seconds. While this sharp performance came as surprise for many, we expect this to become relatively more normal with the changes that Rolls Royce is preferring for itself! The upgrades and additions include 22-inch alloy wheels, carbon-ceramic brakes, upgraded suspension etc.

Engine: 6.6 Litre V12

Power output: 708 HP

Current market value: $680,000

Top speed hit: 155 miles per hour

Gear system: 8 speed satellite aided transmission

 

Rolls Royce  Ghost Mansory White Ghost Limited

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The change and upgrade is not just mechanical in this case. As it seems Mansory had the thing wholly dipped in white paint- and guess what, it is absolutely sexy. The notable set of changes include enormous 22 inches alloy wheels, a contrasting cream and dark brown shaded leather and Alcantara upholstery, side skirts, tweaked bumpers etc. among others. It can reach 60 miles speed from a standstill in just 4.5 seconds. But then, it is that ‘Rich’ thing again- or say, the Rolls Royce thing!

Engine: 6.6 Litre v12

Power output: 629 hp

Current market value: $580,000

Top speed hit: 180 miles per hour

Gear system: 8 speed automatic

Rolls Royce Hyperion

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This is a custom made Rolls Royce for Roland Hall, an automob collector. Named Hyperion after one of the Titans as in Greek mythology, it is among the most advanced (in terms of technology) Rolls Royce (over the line luxury – we must add). A 2008 model, it is among the most admired productions of Rolls Royce. At $6 million, it is one of the most expensive Rolls Royce as well, behind only to the Phantom gold ($8.2 million) and 10HP ($7.25 million). It takes 5.6 seconds to accelerate to a speed of 60 miles per hour. The drop-top’s appearance is something anyone would fall in love with.

Engine: 6.7 Litre V12

Power output: 440 HP

Current market value: $6 million

Top speed hit: 155 miles per hour

Gear system: 6 speed automatic

 

2016   Rolls-Royce  Dawn Black badge

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As for the interior of this all black thing, it is more of an aircraft. The exterior is of course wholly black and so is the interior as well, except for the contrasting orange strips. The accelerator and the transmission box has undergone some upgrades so that the Dawn can get some boost in its speed. This Black badge can therefore accelerate from 0 to 60 miles per hour in 4.9 seconds. Don’t you think it looks like something out of those classy international magazines?

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Engine: 6.6 litre twin turbocharged V12

Power output: 593 HP

Current market value: $340,000

Top speed hit: 155 miles per hour

Gear system: 7 speed automatic transmission.

So that is all about the top car models we selected from the glorious portfolio of the English automobile manufacturer. Which classic or modern model from Rolls Royce is your favourite? Did it make it to our list of top cars form Rolls Royce? Let us know in the comments section!

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  • Aman Pichunia

    Great Article.Thanks,Now I know which one to buy.