Rolls-Royce and Bentley worked with BMC on a number of short-lived prototypes based on the Austin 3 Litre and Vanden Plas 4 Litre R. Here are the best ones that never saw the light of day.
One hundred Rolls-Royce motor cars, from 1911 until the present day, were displayed in the Courtyard at the Home of the super luxury car manufacturer in Goodwood, West Sussex. The cars were presented by members of the Rolls-Royce Enthusiasts’ Club, who joined VIPs, media representatives and neighbours from the three local parishes for a day […]
The Economist, 10 March 2011 The Rolls-Royce Phantom 102EX Concept on display at the Geneva Motor Show had a surprise under the bonnet. In place of a polished, gleaming cylinder-head there were batteries and electric motors to drive the 2.5-tonne aluminium giant. This was just a one-off concept car for a world tour to see […]
From Our Correspondent BIRMINGHAM, DEC. 31 Rolls-Royce and the British Motor Corporation are examining the possibility of technical collaboration, a statement by both concerns announced tonight. The two companies consider that in view of the economies to be gained by large-scale manufacturing and the ever-increasing importance of quality in the world’s car markets, there is […]