3 STUNNING ROLLS-ROYCE CARS COMMONLY SEEN IN DUBAI
Rolls-Royce cars are the quintessential luxury cars produced by the British automaker, Rolls Royce Motor Cars Limited. It was founded in 1998 and is currently owned by the German carmaker BMW. Renowned for upscale and luxurious cabins as well as smooth rides, Rolls-Royce is a brand associated with the affluent and celebrities. These are the most beautiful and popular Rolls-Royce cars in Dubai.
The Rolls Royce Ghost is a full-size luxury marque that is produced by the British automaker, Rolls Royce Motor cars. Even though the first Ghost was produced in 1906 in the form of “Silver Ghost”, it was not until 2009 that the Ghost was officially unveiled during the Frankfurt Motor Show. The Rolls Royce Ghost was then revamped in 2011 with a new extended wheelbase and newly shaped headlights. Later on in 2014, Rolls Royce launched the Series II Ghost that featured more chrome and revised bumpers as well as the ‘wake channel” emanating from the Spirit of Ecstasy wings. Rolls Royce also installed new front seats with a new design and re-angled the back seats to make it easier for passengers to converse from different points in the car. A “Dynamic Driving Package” that enhances the driving experience and the “Satellite Added Transmission” technology for customizing the driver’s experience were also added to Series II Rolls Royce.
The Rolls Royce Wraith is one of the most expensive cars in the world and has been called the best car in the world because of its luxurious features. It is the love child of the amazing Ghost sedan and a mysterious shapely coupe body with more power. Designed like a teardrop, it is difficult to tell if the Wraith was actually derived from the Ghost because of its strong independent personality. The 2018 Wraith comes with a 6.6L V12 engine that produces 624hp, making it way nimbler and sportier than the Ghost. Drivers will enjoy the smooth ride coupled with the luxurious cabin that comes with heated seats and gorgeous infotainment. The new Wraith is available in different trims and an array of options that raise the already high pinnacle of luxury, albeit at an extra expense.
The Phantom is often referred to as the Holy Grail of luxury cars because of its unique design and powerful engine. Launched in 1925, the Phantom I was built by Rolls Royce in Springfield, Massachusetts and Derby, England but was only used as a construct to distinguish it from future generations. In 1929, this construct was replaced by the Phantom II which was presented to the market with an array of striking features, including an over-the-top interior with plush decor. Currently in its 8th generation of production, the Phantom VIII is an epitome of luxury and class. It comes in a curvier, two-tone exterior and is the first model to use the new aluminum space frame platform by Rolls Royce. For the 2018 Phantom, Rolls Royce borrows the Ghost’s twin turbo V12 engine that is combined with eight-speed automatic to deliver 563 hp. With the oozing luxury, the 2018 Phantom comes with a hefty price tag that very few can afford. It still provides stiff competition to the Bentley Mulsanne.