The grand old British carmaker is now owned by the German carmaker, BMW, but is still the measure of elegance and excellence with its exclusive range of hand-built cars that blend the ultimate in status and luxury with current technology. The time-honoured Phantom nameplate continues in a range of body styles, including a sedan and an extended wheelbase variant, and a convertible and coupe. The Ghost Series II embodies the legend of the past with the best of today's technologies in a sedan and an extended wheelbase variant. Rolls-Royce is sold through a limited number of dealers located in capitol cities around the country.
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