Ladies you know when you go for a walk and you see that sexy man in an even sexy car? And if he is driving a red Ferrari there is no way you can avoid bumping that pit that came across you (God knows who put it there!) But what do you need to drive to have your revenge?
The Rolls-Royce Phantom Tungsten is featured in the Bespoke Collection. The bonnet has a dramatic brushed aluminium finish, which contrasts elegantly with the bodywork, painted in Darkest Tungsten - a colour never used before on a production Rolls-Royce.
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has confirmed that a series version of the two-door, four-seat experimental car, 101EX, will be launched in 2008. Production is scheduled to begin next summer. It will be hand-built at the company’s manufacturing plant in Goodwood, England.
Yes, there is a Rolls-Royce even uglier than the “Chinese Eye” custom Silver Cloud III recently purchased by Kate Moss.
It’s a brand new Phantom done up in flat black.
The entire exterior of the car is painted in a dull, primer-like flat black.
It was created, for reasons unknown, by a company called Mansory. It is a German company dedicated to hot-rodding British rides, primarily Bentleys.
The interior of the car, however, is better than the outside. (...) > Full story
Seen pictures of those dictators that met their end in a Mercedes? Want more security than you can get in a Secret Service Cadillac? Need to know that you will arrive where you want, when you want? Treat bullets, missiles, grenades and IED’s as the functional equivalent of potholes?
1904 is the year that represents the founding brick of what today is one of the most luxurious and expensive automobile manufacturers – The Rolls Royce Company.
The name Rolls Royce is derived from Charles S. Rolls and Henry Royce. These two had absolutely nothing in common. The first was of aristocratic descent, with a distinctive education, whilst the second was the son of an impoverished miller, yet they both teamed up and made one hell of a corporation.