Interview: Giles Taylor, Former Design Director at Rolls-Royce

We discuss the new Phantom and what luxury means to car-buyers

Rolls-Royce has long been associated with luxury, but in the ever-evolving world of auto, that concept is changing too. While quality materials and craftsmanship remain significant factors, many ideas surrounding opulence and decadence have become outdated—replaced with functionality and tech-savvy features. During a recent test drive in Europe’s magic triangle, we got behind the wheel of the new Rolls-Royce Phantom and spoke with Giles Taylor …

First Look: Rolls-Royce Cullinan

A "high bodied" vehicle for schlepping family, caviar and more in the brand's first SUV

After years of rumors, teases and discretion in sharing any details publicly, Rolls-Royce today unveils Cullinan, its first “high bodied” vehicle—also known as an SUV—and it’s not a statement of subtlety. Packed with the luxurious touches and best-in-class tech and driver-assistance features one expects from any Rolls-Royce, along with their iconic coach doors, the car is large enough for most family, hobby and casual tailgating …

Rolls-Royce Puts a Gallery Inside the New Phantom VIII

Bringing personalization to the dashboard with unlimited options

Rolls-Royce has just unveiled the eighth incarnation of their flagship Phantom, a model that dates back to its debut in 1925. As expected, the Phantom VIII is a massive, luxurious statement of a vehicle with design and technology evolutions inside and out. A casual observer can see that its proportions are refined and its presence even more significant, but the fortunate few who get inside …