Over 25 years ago, one fine gentleman passed another fine gentleman a jar of Grey Poupon. But it seems that wasn't the whole story. Apparently, that old ad didn't actually end with "But of course."
Rolls-Royce — the luxury car brand that makes all other luxury carmakers feel young, vibrant and West Egg-ish — saw a seemingly astounding 31% increase in sales in 2011. Rolls sold 3,538 Spirit of Ecstasy-ornamented barges of bountiful bank accounts — making it the best year of sales in the brand's 107-year-old…
The Rolls-Royce 102EX electric concept car is the answer to the question no Rolls-Royce owner ever asked. Namely: Should I buy a green car? Absurd! Fuel economy? The environment? Recharging? Bah! Those are problems for the poors.
Rolls-Royce is the latest automaker to launch a downloadable app for Apple devices to let users customize their own Rolls on the touch screen. Silly automaker, everyone knows Rolls-Royce buyers don't touch things — that's for commoners.
This year Rolls-Royce Motor Cars celebrates one hundred years of the Spirit of Ecstasy, the famous flying lady mascot that has inspired owners, enthusiasts and Russian tuners alike.
Furious student protesters attacked a Rolls-Royce carrying Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla, vandalized buildings, and battled riot police today over university fees. Also, they burned a bench. Wankers. (Hat tip to Battles, VeeArrrSix!)
I just realized the EPA classifies the 5,798 lb. Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe as a "small car." Just to put that in perspective, the 3,217 lb. Honda Accord is classified as a "large car." This is ridiculous.
Rolls-Royce's first app for the iPhone and iPod touch, allowing countless dozens of potential customers to configure their own Ghost, is now available on Apple's App Store. Yeah, because iPhone apps are totally right for the core Rolls-Royce demographic. [Apple]
If you answered "three" without skipping a beat, with nary a hint of sarcasm and you found your nose turning slightly upward, then you're just the kind of person Rolls is looking for to buy a Phantom. [via TwitPic]
...you spot a Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe in front of you in the McDonald's drive-through. Also, the driver's ordering from the value meal menu. Oh, and it's not Britney Spears behind the wheel. And no, they didn't "super size" it.
Rolls-Royce revealed the first design sketches today of its next new model — the 2010 Rolls-Royce RR4 — the same one we gave you details for back in January. The new boxy luxe roller will sit alongside and just to the left of the Phantom model in the line-up as it's a wee bit smaller than the ghost-like Rolls. As we…