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Rolls-Royce is a subsidiary of BMW and is headquartered in Goodwood, England. For more than a century, the British marque has represented ultraluxury in cars and, more recently, SUVs with the Cullinan. “Rollers” are known for classic design, meticulous details and uncommon features like V-12 engines, rear-hinged doors and even a Starlight headliner, which mimics the night sky.

Beyond the Cullinan SUV, Rolls-Royce's flagship car is the limo-like Phantom sedan. Below it in both size and price is the Ghost sedan. The four-seat Spectre coupe, Rolls-Royce’s first all-electric vehicle, debuted for the 2024 model year with a 577-horsepower, dual-motor all-wheel-drive powertrain and a starting price around $423,000.

No matter the powertrain, all Rolls-Royces have ample power and surprisingly good handling for their size and heft. Rolls-Royce also has an extensive program for buyers to customize their purchase, including one-off models that routinely command seven-figure prices.

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