Rolls Royce News

Rolls Royce cars are timeless staples. The brand is synonymous to opulence and style. They have every car for your every need. 2019 is an exciting year as they drop new releases. Get yourself oriented with the hottest releases for 2019:

Rolls Royce Phantom Sedan

The Phantom stems from the mid-twenties, making it one of the oldest nameplates in the market. The interior is everything you’d expect from about half a million dollars’ worth: plush, comfortable, luxurious. Compared to its priors, this car sports a contemporary design with aggressive curves and edgy cuts. It has 563-hp V-12, 563-hp, and 664 lb-ft. of torque. Its weight of 3 tons isn’t a problem as it can still accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in just 4.5 seconds. Turbo-lag is practically nonexistent.

Rolls Royce Cullinan

This is the car of the wealthy. It is aptly named the Cullinan, after the infamous gargantuan diamond of 3106.8 carats. It is perfect for flaunting off the main roads as well as taking adventurous trails. This 4×4 SUV is right on trend as everyone is preferring cars for adventurous escapades. This car is said to be a strong contender against Bentley Bentayga, Lamborghini Urus, Land Rover Range Rover Supercharged, Mercedes AMG-G65, Porsche Cayenne Turbo, and Bell 206 Jet Ranger.

This 210.3-inch SUV has the Rolls Royce trademark of 12 cylinders and strong first impressions. The large 22-inch wheels can still give you a smooth ride with the updated self-leveling air suspension. Its eight-speed automatic, 563-hp V-12, 627 lb-ft of torque, and brakes are all tuned for smoothness; even at 3 tons, the engine purrs quietly. It retails for $420,325.

It has a spacious interior that has luxury spilled all over it, with wooden trims and a panoramic windshield. The doors can be opened and closed with the use of buttons, as if having an invisible chauffeur. The five-seat option is perfect for a family while the four-seat one has reclining and massaging seats.

Rolls Royce Dawn

This two-door convertible is an eye-candy. The wheelbase is derived from the Wraith except slightly longer and hence more spacious. It has no problems with steep curves and is a good companion in traffic. It has a BMW-derived 6.6L twin turbocharged V-12 engine and 593 hp. Despite being heavier and essentially less powerful than the Wraith, it makes up for it with seamless acceleration. The Dawn is priced at $340,000.

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Worried that these cars are too pricey for your budget? Worry no more because you can still get the premium experience through car rentals! Contact a nearby dealer who can hook you up with the hottest 2019 Rolls Royce wheels.