Live like a high-roller
Rolls-Royce represents the apex of luxury and class in the automotive landscape. Created from the finest blend of German engineering and British refinement, this luxury car company’s every offering boasts a regal atmosphere, cavernous space, and supreme isolation over the road.
Normally, Rollers are reserved for the likes of world leaders, pro athletes, and hip-hop artists, but if you’ve got a special event coming up and want to make a splash, book a Rolls-Royce here on Turo to experience the pinnacle of luxury.
It’s possible to drive your own Rolls-Royce, but for the most authentic experience, the back seat is where it’s at. While being chauffeured in the palatial cocoon of a Rolls-Royce’s back row, every possible desire is fulfilled with exceptional space and comfort, along with high-tech amenities and extravagant features that simply don’t exist in common luxury vehicles.
With Rolls-Royces being the epitome of style, only the very best materials will do. Their exceptional interiors are splashed with exotic hardwoods, metals, acres of the finest leather, gold leaf trim — whatever the buyer desires. The Rolls-Royce Phantom even comes with custom-commissioned artwork on the dash.
As befitting automobiles wearing price tags north of $300,000, all Rolls-Royce models are powered exclusively by V12 engines (with twin turbochargers). These motors provide mountains of performance to move any Rolls-Royce at an impressive pace, accompanied by the unparalleled smoothness and aural satisfaction inherent to the V12’s superior design.
There’s nothing more swanky than pulling up to the curb at a special event in the back of a Rolls-Royce, especially in somewhere like Miami Beach, Hollywood, or Las Vegas. Stepping out of the automatic suicide doors makes every arrival feel like you’re on the red carpet. If you’ve got a special date, party, or fancy occasion coming up, book a Rolls-Royce on Turo to make a splash on your big night.
Though Charles Rolls and Frederick Henry Royce might find the shape unfamiliar, the Cullinan marks a successful effort to bring Rolls-Royce’s opulence, swiftness, and pillowy ride quality into a new body style. The twin-turbo V12 makes short work of the Cullinan’s three tons, and its adaptive air suspension can make adjustments on the fly to deliver a cloud nine ride. And with the Cullinan standing six feet in stature, its driver can look down on others in more ways than one.
If you travel alone or with one companion, why not enjoy the Rolls-Royce experience with the exclusive style and intimacy of a coupe? While the Wraith does possess rear seats, this grand tourer is all about pampering its main occupants with features like an 18-speaker stereo, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, and seats with heating and massage functions.
This may be the entry-level model, but Rolls-Royce’s entry point stands above where most automakers exit. Only slightly less enormous than the Phantom, the Ghost offers the same 563-horsepower V12, along with the added traction of all-wheel-drive. Also familiar is the Ghost’s otherworldly isolation, stylish Coach doors, and an imperious presence on the road.