In 2019, Rolls Royce managed to sell 5,152 cars, which is the most in the brand’s history and is a 25% increase when compared to the previous model year. The new horizons for the British ultra-luxury carmaker seem even more promising, since the entire lineup is being refreshed with the new trims, limited edition models and beyond exclusive artist commissions. We might not ever ride in these cars, but if you are also an admirer of stunning interior designs, no one is stopping us from taking a look inside!
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#1 2020 Rolls Royce Cullinan Black Badge
The major driver for the growth of the company was the hulking Cullinan SUV, which is gradually becoming the buyer’s favorite. To keep the momentum going, this giant is getting an all-new Black Badge configuration in 2020.
#2 2020 Rolls-Royce Wraith Eagle VIII Collection
2020 Rolls-Royce Wraith Eagle VIII Collection is a limited 50-unit edition of the luxury GT that he 100th anniversary of the world’s first non-stop transatlantic flight, carried out by a bi-plane powered by the twin Rolls-Royce Eagle VIII engines.
#3 2020 Rolls-Royce Phantom The Million Stich
The Phantom is the full-size flagship saloon of the brand that has been in the 8th generation since 2018. After the introduction it has received multiple limited edition runs like the Tranquility, Red commission and the latest one the Million Stitch, also known as the Rose Garden.
#4 2020 Rolls Royce Dawn Black Badge
If you were to ask my opinion, the Dawn is one of the better-looking Rolls-Royce models, simply because it’s a convertible that doesn’t have beyond gargantuan dimensions of the other body styles in the lineup, plus the Black Badge upgrade makes it even more appealing.
#5 2020 Rolls-Royce Ghost & Zenith Collection
Rolls-Royce Ghost made its market debut ten years ago, so it is not surprising, that the new 2nd generation version of the car has already been spied testing in heavy camo. It is likely to debut as a 2021 model, but for the 2020, the company is saying goodbye to the first gen car with the unique Zenith Collection, limited to just 50 units.