How Much Is a Rolls-Royce? Here’s a Price Breakdown

Article highlights for Rolls-Royce pricing:

  • The price of a Rolls-Royce can be pretty high, but what is the starting price for each vehicle?
  • Check out the Extended version of the Phantom and Ghost
  • The Rolls-Royce Cullinan is the brand’s first luxury SUV
How Much Is a Rolls-Royce?
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Rolls-Royce is a luxury brand, but how much does each specific vehicle cost? Here is a breakdown of the price of the Cullinan, Ghost, Wraith, Phantom, and Dawn luxury vehicles. Keep in mind that these are simply the starting prices, and most of these vehicles can be fully customized from the factory. That includes one-of-a-kind paint, interior materials, headliners, and everything in between.

The Rolls-Royce Cullinan is the first SUV from the luxury brand

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The Rolls-Royce Cullinan is a favorite among singers, rappers, and those living the rich and famous lifestyle. The Cullinan is technically the first SUV, which makes it pretty pricy, according to MotorTrend. Using the V12 engine and totally customizable interior, the Cullinan starts at $330,000. You likely won’t end up paying that after seeing the long list of available customizations, like paint jobs, interior options, and wheels.

The Ghost is an “affordable” option from the luxury brand

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If there is an affordable option in the lineup, it might be the Rolls-Royce Ghost. Affordable within the realm of Rolls-Royce is different than a regular vehicle, though. The four-door Ghost starts at $311,900 and comes with a 563 hp V12. Don’t worry, it is still hand-made and will turn heads no matter which streets you take it on.

The Ghost also comes in an extended version so that you can be driven around by a chauffeur. The Rolls-Royce Ghost Extended starts at approximately $380,000.

Looking for sporty? Check out the two-door Wraith

The Wraith is a pretty sporty option for those looking for that. It comes with a 6.6L V12 offering 624 hp, which is sporty enough. It also has a zero to 60 mph time of 4.3 seconds. This is also the only two-door option in the lineup. For the Wraith, you can expect to pay around $343,350.

Have your chauffeur pull up the Rolls-Royce Phantom

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If you are considering buying any vehicle in the lineup, might we suggest the Rolls-Royce Phantom? The Phantom is huge, luxurious, and as exclusive as it gets. The V12 in this one gets 563 hp, but you probably won’t even notice it. The cabin is quiet and has so many details; it’s more like floating on a cloud than driving. Also, most people don’t drive the Phantom. People get driven around in the Phantom. Starting at $460,000, it also comes in an extended version for $550,000. It adds a few feet and about $100,000, but it’s worth it.

A convertible option? Don’t forget the Rolls-Royce Dawn

The Rolls-Royce Dawn is a convertible answer to the Wraith coupe. The Dawn is the right luxury vehicle for you when you need to see and be seen. It still offers impressive style and 563 hp, but with a drop-top for those sunny days. And it’s even pretty affordable at $356,500.

So if you are in the market for a luxury sedan or SUV, one of these will get the job done. Your local dealership probably has a full write-up of colors and other materials that can be hand-made upon ordering. But don’t take too long; these vehicles tend to have a limited run before disappearing completely.

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