The Top Five Special Edition Rolls Royce Models of All-Time

Rolls Royce is a brand that evokes different emotions whenever there is mention of it, and for a long time now, it has been dominating the luxury car industry with one great model after another. The company is at its epitome of car success and has expanded its product offering to watches as well as getting involved in the marine industry.  In addition to its standard models, Rolls Royce sometimes decides to gift the world with special editions, and even the A-listers in society usually have a run for their money with the hefty price tags placed on these special edition Rolls Royce models. That is why we sought them out and came up with a list of the top five special edition Rolls Royce models of all time. Notice they are extremely limited versions and to get one, you should be prepared to drain your bank accounts:

2017 Ghost Black Badge Rolls Royce Special Edition

Saying that the black badge is a masterpiece would be an understatement because it is clearly more than that. It combines comfort, easy driving experience and the latest in-car technology bringing out one of the best road monsters ever.  This version is the 2017 model, and its interior is the best definition of comfort available. It has ample space at the back with the reclining chairs, fold out picnic tables made of durable metal and wood and pillow headrests which make it perfect for anyone seeking the VIP experience.  The roof is designed to imitate the stars hence while in it you feel as if you are in a moving constellation. There is an endless list of interior features, but that’s for another day. It is powered by a 6.6-liter capacity twin-turbo V12 engine which easily moves from 0 to 60 mph in 4.7 seconds and torque of 619 pounds with a HP of 603. It took Rolls Royce four years to come up with the 21-inch carbon composite wheels, and the rims are made of aluminum and titanium hence durability is a guarantee and no longer a discussion.

2016 Rolls Royce Wraith Umbra Edition

With only fifteen models available, this version of Rolls Royce is perfect in everything, and I mean every single detail from its extremely comfy interior, beautiful exterior and performance features. It boasts a carbon fiber interior trim with contrast stitching and alloy wheels with chromed visible exhausts. It brings together technological features such as a driver assistance package, surrounded view camera and enabled night vision which makes driving all fun and games. It has an 8-speed automatic transmission and is powered by a twin-turbo V12 engine which brings out a HP of 624 and effortlessly lunges from 0 to 60 in 4.4 seconds. It holds a torque of 590 ln-ft. And besides going at a hefty price tag, it also has high fuel consumption but hey if you can afford it then fueling it will definitely be no big deal.

Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe Waterspeed

Now unless you live in Beverly Hills or any of the high-end posh estates, sighting this one is extremely rare as there were only 35 models released. It is a bit different and suits those who fancy coupes or convertible style of cars. Like any other special edition Rolls Royce or any other model from the same, it does not disappoint, and as a matter of fact, it fascinates many people. It is no surprise that it is an addition to the bespoke collection because it truly is bewitching not only with appearance but performance. It comes with a Maggiore blue exterior paint while it’s interior feature a color scheme which blends with the blue color. It has a 6.75-liter twin turbo V12 engine with a torque of 531 pounds and a hp. of 453. It is an eight-speed automatic transmitter, and its interior also features comfort with the armrests and engraved door sills.

Rolls Royce Phantom Coupe Aviator Collection

Yet again Rolls Royce made the tycoons in the world envy each other by releasing only 35 special edition units of this incredible model. As its name suggests, it borrows its concept from aviation hence the nickname seaplane. Released in 2013 the aviator packs a bunch of awesome features such as the R type V 12 engine and the latest S.6B steel finish. It comes in a nice aviator grey finish and silver on a silver theme. It has a horsepower of 453@5350 and an eight automatic speed transmission with the direct injection fuel system. Similar to the other model it has plenty of safety features and boasts a convertible body style.

2015 Rolls Royce Bespoke Ghost Mysore Collection

Closing our list of the top five special edition Rolls Royce models is this bespoke unit, and it is an extremely limited edition as only three are present of which all three went to Abu Dhabi thus no chance of you laying your hands on them unless you are friends with one of the owners. That explains why it was named ghost because you only hear about it, but it will be rare to come across it. It boasts an extended wheelbase and was made so as to owner the tiger of Mysore thus you can tell where the name originates from. It has a top speed of 155 mph and a sprint time of 4.7 seconds from 0 to 60. It has a coupe body style while it comes with a 6.6-liter V-12 engine which produces a massive HP of 563 and a torque of 575-pound-feet. The transmission is automatic and comes in 8 speeds.

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