Let’s call it a ChevroRolls
This is a Chevrolet Caprice, but it looks like Rolls-Royce. It was not just an easy grille job, this car was a lot of work. The front fenders, bonnet, lights, and grille are all modified.
This is the 2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom, leaked in China from what appears to be an online configurator. The photos show the front, side, and dashboard of Rolls-Royce’s new flagship. The car on the images is the top-spec Phantom Extended Wheelbase (EWB).
The 2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom has been spied in China, revealing the interior and the dashboard. The rear bench is positioned very high so passengers can look out over the front row, checking where James is taking them. There are umbrellas in the rear doors again.
A beautiful Rolls-Royce Phantom II, Spotted in China in a car repair in east Beijing. The Roller has body by coach builder Connaught Motor & Carriage Co Ltd. of London. It is a bit dusty but otherwise in perfect shape, with a working engine and always kept ready to to roll.
A dramatic accident in a rural area of Shandong Province. A Rolls-Royce Ghost wedding car, which was rented all the way from Beijing, crashed right into the side of a BYD F0 Toyota Aygo-clone mini car. The Roller was just on its way to a wedding so the happy couple was not inside.
The eye catching Rolls-Royce Phantom LWB Louis XIII Special Edition debuted on the Geneva Motor Show. It is one of a fleet of 30 ordered by Hong Kong billionaire Stephen Hung for his Louis XIII casino-hotel in Macau. All cars look exactly the same, painted in the ‘Stephen Red’ light red and fitted with bespoke 21 inch seven-spoke wheels. The belt line is finished in 24K gold.
An incredible beautiful Rolls-Royce Silver Spur Mark 1, Spotted in China in a supercar shop on the Beijing Tuning Street. The old Roller was in absolute super shape, perfect in paint and chrome, and original down until the wheel covers. It was not for sale…
Rolls-Royce is trying to stop its sliding sales in China with yet another special edition, and these specials seems to be getting more absurd every time they launch one. The latest is this long-wheelbase ‘Rolls-Royce Ghost Eternal Love’, limited to only sixteen cars for a sweet 6.1 million yuan or $930.000.
A massive Soar Automobile 1961 Rolls-Royce Phantom stretched limousine, Spotted in China at the M8 Luxury Car Mall in the great city of Shanghai by Reader Antoine Chalendard, thank you for the pictures! The Soar looks brand new, painted in virgin white with a heavily chromed grille shiny bumpers.