Rolls-Royce represents the pinnacle of the luxury automobile—its vehicles live up to the brand reputation as a car to be driven in, rather than one to drive. With help from BMW and modern tech mingling with old-world luxury, Rolls-Royces are better than ever.
Least Expensive: Like asking which Ferrari is the slowest, the least expensive Rolls-Royce is still a rather expensive car. The Ghost sedan—little brother to the flagship Phantom—still starts at over $300,000.
Sportiest: Describing any Rolls-Royce as sporty still seems off-brand, but the Wraith Black Badge is as close as you can get to a true sports car from the luxury automaker. With 624 hp from a 6.6-liter V-12, it's the brand's best-performing model.
Most Expensive: The extended-wheelbase version of Rolls-Royce's Phantom limousine carries a starting price just shy of half a million dollars. With the storied English automaker's reputation for endless factory customization, it won't be too hard to elevate the price point close to seven-figure territory.
MT Pick: You can't buy one new anymore, but this green 1928 Phantom I is our favorite Rolls-Royce, not just for the stunning paintwork and old-school coach-building, but for the story.