What it’s Really Like to Drive a Rolls-Royce
The Ghost Series II is an 'entry-level' Rolls-Royce yet it still feels incredibly exclusive
Among luxury brands, Rolls-Royce is a name most people would probably recognize for being somewhere near the top of quality, exclusivity and cost. Their cars usually carefully guarded at auto shows, often widely surrounded by ropes and poles. Seeing one out on the open roads is even more rare with the exception of wealthy hotspots like Monaco or Saudi Arabia. Even the majority of car fanatics likely have never gotten the chance to sit in a Rolls-Royce let alone drive one. So when Rolls contacted us with an offer to travel to Dallas for the North American debut of their new Ghost Series II sedan, we figured it would be the drive of a lifetime and departed NYC for Texas.
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