When you’ve got the pickiest customers in the world, upholding the benchmark of high quality and unprecedented luxury is a live or die must. For Rolls Royce this process involves the introduction of at least one all-new or facelifted model each year and a constant stream of even more exclusive special editions. Let’s explore the most expensive mass-produced luxury cars of 2021 by reviewing Royce’s latest lineup newcomers.
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#1 2021 Rolls Royce Ghost
Though considered the lesser of the two Rolls Royce sedans, the all-new 2nd generation Ghost is being bolstered with a more imposing exterior design and luxurious cabin.
#2 2021 Rolls Royce Wraith – Inspired By Earth
Known all over the world for individual approach to the wishes of the clients, Rolls Royce is ready to take on any project. This time, the one-off Wraith draws its styling cues from the planet Earth and the entire Solar System.
#3 2021 Rolls Royce Cullinan
This SUV has been the major reason behind the shift in the profile of the average Rolls Royce buyer. Unlike Ghosts, Phantoms and Wraiths, the Cullinan is appealing to the younger generation of ultra-wealthy drivers, who do not care about scratching the paint off-road.
#4 2021 Rolls Royce Ghost Extended
Sharing the same construction and design principles as the 2nd generation model, the 2021 Rolls Royce Ghost Extended adds 6.7 inches in length and offers class leading rear-seat legroom and comfort, without compromising any of the sedan’s usual driving dynamics.
#5 2021 Rolls Royce Dawn Silver Bullet
Extensively teased by Rolls Royce throughout the entire 2020, the Dawn Silver Bullet version looks back into the frivolous and carefree days of the early 20th century. Limited to 50 units, the collection reinterprets the design of the 1920s roadsters.
#6 2021 Rolls Royce Wraith Kryptos Collection
Limited to 50 units, the Kryptos Collection has been developed by company’s designer Katrin Lehmann, who is fond of cryptography. Each Wraith from this series hides an encrypted code, to crack which the owner has to find various ciphers and symbols in the car.
#7 ‘Neon Nights’ variants of Dawn, Wraith and Cullinan Black Badge
Until now, all of the Black Badge models of the Dawn, Wraith and Cullinan were offered in the obvious title color, but Rolls Royce is disrupting the pre-conceived notion with a super-solid Neon Nights trilogy of colors.