The 2014 Wraith isn’t a big car by Rolls-Royce standards, but it is big. Consequently, maneuvering it through parking lots and traffic can be disconcerting, especially considering the implications of a fender bender. Still, on the open road, the Wraith is an absolute joy, delivering an amazing ride that’s insulated from the outside world.
The 2015 Rolls-Royce Phantom is, in a word, enormous. Even the “smallest” versions, the coupe and convertible, are more than 18 feet long. The Phantom sedan is even larger at over 19 feet, while the Extended Wheelbase version takes the cake at just under 20 feet in length.
The Rolls-Royce Phantom II was the third and last of Rolls-Royce's 40/50 hp models, replacing the New Phantom in 1929. It used an improved version of the Phantom I engine in an all-new chassis. A "Continental" version, with a short wheelbase and stiffer springs, was offered.