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Rolls Royce Frequently Asked Questions
The Rolls-Royce name needs no introduction from us - it’s one of the world’s most iconic brands. And while owned by BMW since 2003, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars is still headquartered in England and quintessentially British.
You should lease a Rolls-Royce if you’re looking for the very pinnacle of automotive opulence. As the firm itself says, a Rolls-Royce is the ‘everlasting expression of the exceptional’.
The Rolls-Royce Ghost leads the way as the manufacturer’s most popular model. The Ghost is a ‘whisper in the wind’, as Rolls-Royce puts it, powered by a powerful yet sublime 6.7-litre V12 engine with power of 563 hp.
The Cullinan SUV also acts as an alternative to the Bentley Bentayga, Lamborghini Urus or Aston Martin DBX. And with any Rolls-Royce, you’ll watch as the manufacturer’s famous hood ornament - the ‘Spirit of Ecstasy’ - rises gracefully from the bonnet as the engine starts.
Her Royal Highness the Queen can rely on several Rolls-Royce models as part of her official fleet, and the firm’s reputation for safety - as well as luxury - plays a major role in that fact. A good way to sum-up the safety of a Rolls-Royce would be to look at the state-of-the-art driver assistance software available on the range-topping BMW 7 Series - with BMW being Rolls-Royce’s parent company. You can expect ultrasonic and radar sensors to detect dangers, active cruise control and a steering and lane control assistant, to name just a few cutting-edge systems.
It’d be a stretch to say that any Rolls-Royce in the range is ‘affordable’, but the gateway vehicle into Rolls-Royce enjoyment is the Ghost, a sumptuous executive limo which competes with the Bentley Flying Spur.
A Rolls-Royce lease will be reassuringly expensive. Sitting at the very pinnacle of the Rolls-Royce range is the Phantom model in Extended Wheelbase form. When you step into the lounge-like cabin, you can enjoy an ‘exquisite landscape of calm’, ‘a rare and tranquil realm’.
And with a focus on supreme craftsmanship and bespoke finishings, as well its supreme suspension system, it really does represent a ‘Magic Carpet Ride’ for drivers or passengers.
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