Rolls Royce is a very reputed and renowned automobile brand especially with the elite class of people; to those who can spend literally a fortune on a vehicle. Rolls Royce vehicles are very expensive, and they come with a handful of premium features you may not even imagine. The company was founded by Charles Stewart Rolls and Sir Frederick Henry Royce back in March 1960, and they have named the company after their names.
Have you ever wondered how expensive can the Rolls Royce cars be? We have gathered 10 models here and tried to give you an idea.
10. Rolls Royce Phantom Coupe
The Rolls Royce Phantom Coupe isn’t your everyday two door coupe, it’s a massive vehicle with two doors, a 6.75L V12 engine sits underneath the massive engine bay and despite having huge dimensional properties; this vehicle produces 453bhp maximum power. The interior is all covered up with leather, jewels and the signature headliner that looks like a night sky with millions of starts from the inside. Price: $650,000 onwards.
9. Rolls Royce Phantom Hearse B12
You can surely make fun of it, but do you have the deep pockets to afford the most expensive funeral car in the world? The Rolls Royce Phantom Hearse B12 is literally the thing we have mentioned. It’s a 23 feet long vehicle with ridiculously shaped rear to fit in coffins, and the engine is 6.75L V12. Price: $700,000.
8. Rolls Royce Phantom
Among the Rolls Royce vehicle range it’s actually one of the ‘most affordable’ family usable cars. Top Gear awarded the Phantom the Car of the Year in 2003. Users get to choose their desired color for the Phantom out of a list of 40,000 colors. It has a 6.75L V12 engine producing up to 453 bhp. Price: $670,000.
7. Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe
The Drophead is nothing but the convertible top in this Phantom Coupe variant. Humor has been a part of British heritage, and guess what the Phantom is in it too.This vehicle is handmade so expect absolute perfection from each different units ever produced. The engine is 6.8L V12 with 6-speed auto transmission. Price: $720,000.
6. “Year of the Dragon Edition” Rolls Royce Phantom
Since this is a special edition Rolls Royce in the market, this bears a very high price tag; might interest some billionaires who are into collectibles. Although the engine and power configurations are pretty much the same as the regular Phantom, the pricey nature comes from its twin Dragon coach line and the precisely sewn Dragon embroidery headrests. Price: $1.2 million.
5. Rolls Royce Phantom MansoryConsquistador
Rich people who think only a Phantom isn’t enough, they get the MansoryConsquistador with improved grille strips, daytime lights, aluminum side skirts, 22 inch forged wheels etc. on the spec list. It’s a whole pack of luxury inside, and the engine produces 543bhp. Price: $1 million.
4. Rolls Royce Ghost Fenice Milano
Rolls Royce Ghost Fenice Milano went on production in 2010, and the basic car is in fact a Ghost with numerous added features to make the Ghost more premium. It has a 6.6L V12 engine with capability of doing 0-60 mph in 4.7 despite the clumsy body. Impressive, isn’t it? Wait, there’s more. The exterior is decorated with gold door handles, rear view mirror, panels etc. Price: $3 million.
3. Rolls Royce Hyperion Pininfarina
First unveiled at 2008 Concoursd’Elegance, the Rolls Royce Hyperion Pininfarina is one of the top 3 most expensive Royce cars. However, the basic of the Pininfarina underlies within the Drophead Coupe. The engine is 6.75L V12 engine, RWD, and it does 0-60 mph in 5.6 seconds. Price: $6 million.
2. Rolls Royce 10hp
Well, you read it right. This Rolls Royce produces only 10 horse powers. But the price is unimaginably high because it was the first Rolls Royce model ever produced between the timeline of 1904-1906.The 10hp has an 1800cc twin-cylinder engine and the top speed is 63 kmh. Price: $8.3 million.
1. Rolls Royce Phantom Solid Gold
If aluminum or carbon fiber is just not your thing, then get a Solid Gold Rolls Royce Phantom because why not? This car is made with 120 kilograms of 18-carat gold apart from other metals, and even the security is certified by BeschussamtMunchen. However, it’s not a regular production vehicle, instead owned by a billionaire in the Gulfs. Price: $8.5 million.
If the price hasn’t startled you yet, then you may have the deep pockets to buy one. Rolls Royce dealerships are pretty easy to locate in the first world countries.